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ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN GORGAN

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 INTRODUCTION & PURPOSE: URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS ARE THE MOST COMMON DISEASE DURING PREGNANCY, WHICH MAY BE SYMPTOMATIC OR ASYMPTOMATIC. MOST COMMON BACTERIA CAUSING INFECTION E. COLI HAVE BEEN REPORTED. PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY WAS TO EVALUATE ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT BACTERIA GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN PREGNANT WOMEN IN GORGAN.METHODS: THE STUDY INCLUDED 148 PREGNANT WOMEN WITH URINARY TRACT INFECTION IN GORGAN WAS DONE.THEN CULTURED SAMPLES ISOLATED ON EMB MEDIA AND BLOOD AGAR AND USE OF TESTS IN DIFFERENTIAL BIOCHEMICAL ESCHERICHIA COLI WAS IDENTIFIED, THE ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY TO 7 ANTIBIOTICS KIRBY-BAUER METHOD ACCORDING TO CLSI CRITERIA WAS DIFFERENT ANTIBIOTICS AND ANALYSIS WAS PERFORMED BY THE PROGRAM SPSS18.

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