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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Issue 12, Part E (2019)

Bacteriological Profile in Diabetic foot infection

Author(s)
Dr. Sarita, Dr. Praveg Gupta and Dr. Priyadarshani
Abstract
In this study, 1) I have covered the morphological profile in diabetic foot infection and there antimicrobial susceptibility testing. 2) Study the prevalence of multidrug resistant pattern of isolates. 3) Suggest an effective, economical Antimicrobial policy for treatment of Diabetic foot infection. 4) Gram positive organism was predominant isolate from infected diabetic foot infection and among gram negative organism E. coli was most commonly isolated. 5) There were higher prevalence of both MRSA isolates and MBL producing Gram negative organism confirm the MDRO infection was higher in our patients on treatment for diabetic foot infection.
Pages: 297-299  |  164 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sarita, Dr. Praveg Gupta, Dr. Priyadarshani. Bacteriological Profile in Diabetic foot infection. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(12):297-299.
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