Antibiotic Effect on Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Isolated From Patient In Hila City
Keywords:Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Different sources, Antibiotic susceptibility, Resistant, Gram-negative bacteria.
In this study, a total of 400 clinical samples were collected from patients different hospitals in hilla
city((13.51%) Margin teaching hospital, (27.03%)Al-Hilla teaching hospital,( 43.24%) Babylon hospital for
maternity and pediatric and (16.22%)Chest Disease Center) , ( 37 ) isolates were identified as to P. aeroginosa,
from 9 (18%) isolates from burn specimen, 7 (14%) isolates from otitis , 5 (10%)isolates from UTI , 4 (8%)
isolates from wound , 3(7.5%) was isolated from blood specimen where as 6 (6%)was isolated sputum and
only 3 (5%)isolates were detected from skin. The period of collection was extended from January 2019 to
June 2019. Also antibiotic susceptibility were preformed using disk employed diffusion and agar utilizing
dilution processes. Furthermore , the resistance of isolate to a variety of antibiotics has been investigated and
found that these isolate have been resistance to more than one antibiotic : 37(100%) resistance to Cloxacilin
, 37(100%) to Amoxicillin /Clavulanic acid, 37(100%) to cefotaxime, 36(97%) to ceftizoxone, 34(92%)
to Ceftazidime, 14(37%) to Levofloxacin, 18(49%) to Gentamicin, , 3(8%) to Norfloxacin and 1(3%) to
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