DANVILLE — Geisinger Medical Center has determined the source of the pseudomonas bacteria exposure in the neonatal intensive care unit to a process used to prepare donor breast milk.

Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Edward Hartle stated in press release Friday that the hospital’s infection control team, in collaboration with the state Department of Health, traced the exposure to equipment used in measuring breast milk, which helps premature infants with their nutritional needs.

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