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The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence and vertical transmission of anaerobic infection in early onset neonatal septicaemia in babies born to mothers with adverse perinatal factors. One-hundred neonates born to mothers with one or more adverse perinatal factors were prospectively studied. Aerobic and anaerobic blood cultures were drawn in addition to rapid diagnostic tests. High vaginal swabs were also taken from all mothers prior to delivery. Anaerobic Clostridium speciesdoi:10.1093/tropej/43.3.153 pmid:9231635 fatcat:jnfbkpc4czfgdmwbrvbhu43wsa