SARS Not Seen in Babies of Infected Mothers
New York - NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The first five infants born to mothers with SARS have no evidence of the disease themselves, according to a report from Hong Kong. However, two of the infants did develop digestive complications.
Earlier this year, more than 8400 cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), many of them fatal, were reported in 29 countries. Further investigation revealed that the disease was caused by a novel coronavirus.