CAUSAL AND INVESTIGATIVE CONNECTIONS OF THE CAUSABILITY OF THE CAUSES OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC OSTEOMIELITIS DEPENDING ON THE AGE OF PATIENTS
Nuraliev N. A.* and Ergashev V. A.
The aim of the study was to study the cause-effect relationships of the incidence of pathogens of acute and chronic osteomyelitis depending on the age of patients in the dynamics. It was found that the main differences in the seeding of pathogens were: in children with acute and chronic osteomyelitis between sowing microorganisms, there are no significant differences, in adults this difference was 7,6 times higher in favor of chronic osteomyelitis; In children, S.aureus has no differences in sowing, in adults with chronic osteomyelitis this parameter was 7.3 times greater; In both forms of osteomyelitis, a narrow spectrum of pathogens was observed in children.
Keywords: acute and chronic osteomyelitis, pathogens, sick children and adults, microbiological methods.
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