Doctors Say Tap Water in Neti Pot Caused Fatal Brain-Eating Amoeba A 69-year-old resident of Seattle died after undergoing brain surgery in February. According to her doctor at Swedish Medical Center,..
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SEATTLE (AP) — Doctors believe a woman who died from rare brain-eating amoebas used tap water to rinse her sinuses. The 69-year-old Seattle resident died in February after undergoing brain surgery at.. SeattlePI.com - Published
Researchers said the woman likely contracted the amoebas by using tap water to fill a neti pot, rather than using saline or sterile water. The organisms entered her brain after the water reached nerves.. Seattle Times - Published
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