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What are the types of isolation for children with infections?

There are different types of isolation: Airborne, Droplet, Contact, and Contact Multiple Drug Resistant Organism (MDRO). Your child's type of isolation depends on the way the germ is spread from one person to another. Different germs spread in different ways.

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