Tamion F, Girault C, Chevron V, Pestel V and Bonmarchand G (1996)
Bordetella bronchoseptica pneumonia with shock in an immunocompetent patient.
Scand J Infect Dis 28:197-198

Abstract:
Bordetella bronchoseptica is a rarely reported cause of human infection, but is a common respiratory tract commensal of mammals. Human infection with B. bronchoseptica is almost always associated with severe underlying disease and contact with an appropriate animal reservoir. We report a case of pneumonia with shock caused by B. bronchoseptica in an immunocompetent patient.