Legionella pneumophila is a bacteria that can cause respiratory failure, septic shock, and acute kidney failure. It is transmitted through small droplets of water in the air. Symptoms of L. pneumophila infection include cough, shortness of breath, and fever. Detection of specific IgM antibodies is evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG to the bacteria is evidence of past infection.
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