Don't panic but be aware!
Many parents are concerned about their children acquiring Pseudomonas aeruginosa (PsA), at the same time PsA is so widely spread that it’s impossible to avoid contact with it.
Nevertheless throughout the years and practice certain locations and daily situations have been identified to hide an increased risk of PsA, which are listed in the link below.
Keep in mind; this is not a full list, for no full list exists!
Keep in mind; these are possible not imperatively threats.
Keep in mind; PsA is more likely to be acquired when the PsA source is an aerosol and can be easily inhaled.(2)
Read more about Risks of getting P. aeruginosa from the environment
These guidelines have been endorsed by the New Drugs and Clinical Guidelines Group of the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust in November 2016.
Germs, Infection Control and Prevention
People living with CF are at greater risk of getting lung infections than those who don't have the disease. That's because thick, sticky mucus builds up in their lungs, allowing germs to thrive and multiply. Fortunately, there are steps that people with CF, their families and caregivers can take to avoid germs wherever possible. (1)
(2) Medical University Children’s Clinic CF-Center at the AKH-Vienna