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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 5, Part H (2016)

Surveillance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in delayed wound healing on diabetic patients at tertiary care teaching hospital

Srikanta Kumar Dhar, Chandan Das and Pramod Kumar Tudu
Foundation: Foot contaminations are an incessant complexity of patients with diabetes mellitus, representing up to 20% of diabetes-related clinic confirmations. Irresistible specialists are related with the most noticeably bad results, which may at last lead to removal of the tainted foot except if brief treatment methodologies are followed. The present investigation looked to uncover the bacterial etiology of diabetic foot ulcers in Bhubaneswar, the diabetic capital of India. Techniques: A 10-month-long distinct examination was done to break down the oxygen consuming and anaerobic bacterial confines of all patients conceded with diabetic foot contaminations giving Wagner grade 2– 5 ulcers. Bacteriological determination and anti-toxin affectability profiles were done and investigated utilizing standard methodology. Results: Diabetic polyneuropathy was observed to be normal (56.8%) and gram-negative microbes (57.6%) were disconnected more regularly than gram-positive ones (42.3%) in the patients screened. The most continuous bacterial disconnects were Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, coagulase-negative staphylococci (CONS), and Enterobacteriaceae. Forty-nine societies (68%) demonstrated polymicrobial association. About 44% of P. aeruginosa were multi-sedate safe, and MRSA was recuperated on eight events (10.3%). Bacteroides spp. Furthermore, Peptostreptococcus spp. were the major anaerobic confines. Ends: Our investigation bolsters the perspective set forth by past South Indian creators that the dissemination of gram-negative microscopic organisms (57.6%) is more typical than that of gram-positive ones (42.3%) and it is in opposition to the perspective that diabetic foot diseases are much of the time monomicrobial. Moreover, recuperation of multi-medicate safe P. aeruginosa detaches is of genuine worry, as nobody has revealed the equivalent from the Bhuaneswar.
Pages: 521-525  |  275 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Srikanta Kumar Dhar, Chandan Das, Pramod Kumar Tudu. Surveillance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in delayed wound healing on diabetic patients at tertiary care teaching hospital. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(5):521-525.
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