K. pneumoniae vaccination could reduce neonatal deaths and sepsis infection by 15 percent

In a new article co-authored by One Health Trust director Ramanan Laxminarayan, the impact of vaccinating pregnant women against Klebsiella pneumoniae, the leading cause of neonatal sepsis infections and deaths, was quantified. Using a Bayesian modeling framework, the researchers measured the ability of a hypothetical maternal K. pneumoniae vaccine with 70 percent efficacy to reduce […]

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