A SURVEILLANCE STUDY ON THE HUMAN BACTERIAL UROPATHOGENS AND THEIR ANTIBIOGRAM
Dr. C. Mabel Joshaline and R. Srirajalakshmi
The aim of this research was to reduce (or) completely eliminate the acute and chronic Urinary tract infections in humans cause by 5 different uropathogens by developing the several antibiotic susceptibility pattern from January 2010 to October 2010, among 50 urine specimens, E.coli had the highest frequency in isolator, with the frequency of 25 (50%) followed by K.pneumoniae 10 (20%), Cirtobacter species 9 (18%), Enterobacter species 4 (8%), Staphylococcus aureus 2 (4%), E.coli exhibited lowest resistant pattern sto almost of all antibiotics and Enterobacter exhibited highest resistant pattern.
Keywords: K.pneumoniae, Cirtobacter, Enterobacter.
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