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SPECIES COMPOSITION AND ANTIBIOTIC SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MICROORGANISMS GATHERED IN THE INPATIENT MATERNITY FACILITIES

Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Research(JC&EMR) (Vol.1, No. 1)

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Page : 39-44

Keywords : opportunistic pathogenic microorganisms; newborns; parturient women; antibiotics; hospital infection;

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Abstract

The scope of this article was to recommend treatment and prevention measures against pyoinflammatory infections in the newborns and parturient women. The aim is based on spread of infection peculiarities analysis and antibiotic susceptibility of microorganisms gathered in the inpatient maternity facilities. We used bacteriological, epidemiological and statistical research methods. We identified an annual number increase of contaminated samples by microorganisms as well as certain species changed etiological profile. Existence of colonization by opportunistic pathogenic microorganisms of different biotopes was pointed out in every second pregnant woman. Thus, it led to the risk of fetus or newborn contamination possibility. During the research we figured that the majority of derived microorganisms were multiresistant to antibiotics. The most effective antibiotics against E. coli were laevomycetin and meropenem, against P. Aeruginosa ? cefatidime. The majority of gram-positive coсci showed antibiotic sensitivity to amikacin and cefazolin. Antibiotic susceptibility analyze pointed on two ecovariants of P. aeruginosa formation in the Regional Perinatal Center. Derived data can be a key for the development of antibacterial therapy principles and antibiotic rotation in the medical institutions.

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