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Title

THE FREQUENCY OF COLISTIN SUSCEPTIBILITY IN MDR P.AERUGINOSA

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YEKANI M.na" target="_blank">YEKANI M.NA | GHOTASLOU R. | YEKANI M. | MEMAR M.Y. | PORMEHRALI R. | ALIZADEH N.

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Keywords

MDR 

Abstract

 BACKGROUND AND AIM: PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA IS ONE OF THE MAJOR PATHOGEN RESPONSIBLE FOR NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS. COLISTIN IS OCCASIONALLY THE ONLY ACCESSIBLE ACTIVE ANTIBIOTIC AGAINST P.AERUGINOSA. THE AIM OF THIS STUDY WAS ASSESSMENT OF COLISTIN SUSCEPTIBILITY IN MDR P.AERUGINOSA ISOLATES OBTAINED FROM DIFFERENT INFECTION SITES METHODS:: NINETY STRAINS OF CLINICALLY ISOLATED P. AERUGINOSA WERE COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT HOSPITAL OF TABRIZ DURING 2014-2015. THE DISK DIFFUSION SUSCEPTIBILITY TESTING WAS PERFORMED ACCORDING TO THE CLINICAL AND LABORATORY STANDARDS INSTITUTE (CLSI) GUIDELINES AND MDR WAS DEFINED AS ACQUIRED RESISTANCE TO AT LEAST ONE AGENT IN THREE OR MORE ANTIMICROBIAL CATEGORIES RESULTS: IN PRESENT STUDY, MDR ISOLATES WERE OBSERVED IN 75.6% OF ALL ISOLATES WITH HIGH FREQUENCY IN WOUND SPECIMENS (31.1%) FOLLOWED BY BLOOD (24.4%), TRACHEA (18.9%), URINE (17.8%) AND PERITONEAL (7.8%). AMONG MDR ISOLATES THE HIGHEST PREVALENCE OF RESISTANCE TO ANTIBIOTICS WAS …

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