13 - Thigh absces and wide paniculitis caused by Escherichia coli after intramuscular injections: case report
Eren Çağan, Havva Hasret Çağan, Murat Şan
The parenteral drug application is a routinely used method in all medical disciplines. Intramuscular, intraarticular, intravenous injections and infusions can cause local complications such as abscesses and articular infections. These local complications can lead to bacteraemia, sepsis and may lead to multiple organ failure associated with high morbidity and mortality. We present a patient with thigh abscess and wide paniculitis caused by Escherichia coli after intramuscular injections.
Keywords: Intramuscular injections, infection, Escherichia coli, child
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