Antibiotic administered for Lyme disease

Antibiotic administered for Lyme disease

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Caption: Lyme disease. Mother helping her daughter with an injection of antibiotics; treatment for Lyme disease. The antibiotic (penicillin G sodium) is administered every four hours using an intravenous catheter and a small electric pump. Lyme disease is caused by a tick- borne spirochaete bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi. The symptoms include skin lesions, neurological and cardiac abnormalities & recurrent or chronic arthritis.

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Keywords: condition, disease, disorder, healthcare, intravenous drip, lyme disease, medical, medicine, penicillin injection, treatment of

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