Meningitis causes inflammation of the meninges which is the protective membranes surrounding the in the brain and spinal cord. The inflammation is caused by an infection in the fluid surrounding the brain or spinal. Haemophilus Influenza Meningitis is a type of bacterial meningitis. Haemophilus Influenzae was the leading cause of bacterial meningitis in children under 5, but the Hib vaccine has caused this type of meningitis to be extremely rare. The infection usually starts in the lungs and then travels to the brain. Haemophilus Influenzae Meningitis is most commonly treated with the antibiotic, Ceftriaxone and can be deadly if not taken care of immediately.
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