Abstract

Tetanus in children

Tetanus is a potentially lethal disease caused by Clostridium Tetani, a bacteria that produces the neurotoxic tetanospasmin, which attacks the central nervous system. Despite the fact that tetanus is virtually totally avoidable by vaccination, the illness has a high global burden. The global incidence of tetanus is still estimated to be one million cases per year, with a case fatality rate ranging from 20% to 50%.


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Yashika Jindal



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