Antibiotic sensitivity of strains enterococcus faecalis, isolated from patients with urinary tract infections

Антибиотикочувствительность штаммов enterococcus faecalis, выделенных от больных с инфекциями мочевыводящей системы
Saltanat Eshimova 1, Zhaksygul Tulegenova 1, Nurzhamal Kenzhebayeva 1, Aigul Dinmukzamedova 2
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1 №1 city hospital of Astana, Microbiology laboratory, Astana, Kazakhstan
2 L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian national university of Astana, Department of General Biology and Genomics, Astana, Kazakhstan
J CLIN MED KAZ, Volume 4, Issue 38, pp. 46-49.
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ABSTRACT

The aim of this study: Study of antibiotic susceptibility strains of Enterococcus faecalis, isolated from patients with urinary tract infections.
Methods. Isolated microorganisms were identified to species, determined their sensitivity to antimicrobial agents in accordance with the methodological guidelines and using bacteriological analyzer WalkAway (USA).
Results. The results of microbiological Studies have shown that the most effective drugs against Enterococcus faecalis is vancomycin, streptomycin Cinergy, norfloxacin, chloramphenicol.
Conclusions. The choice of antibiotic therapy until bakteriogrammy urine should be based on the data of the local microbiological monitoring, taking into account the spectrum of infectious agents and their level of antimicrobial resistance.

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Eshimova S, Tulegenova Z, Kenzhebayeva N, Dinmukzamedova A. Antibiotic sensitivity of strains enterococcus faecalis, isolated from patients with urinary tract infections. Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan. 2015;4(38):46-9.

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