N G Shabanova

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The results of testing 501 specimens of pathological materials containing enterobacteria from 382 patients with various purulent inflammatory diseases treated at the Tashkent Branch of the Research Centre of Surgery in 1989-1991 were analyzed. The findings showed that Enterobacter spp., Escherichia spp. and Proteus spp. played the main role in the etiology(More)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains and other nonfermenting Gram-negative bacteria isolated from surgical patients and environmental washings at a surgical in-patient department were characterized bacteriologically. The biochemical and cultivation features of 156 P. aeruginosa strains, 35 strains of oxidase-negative and 31 strains of oxidase-positive(More)
The ecological structure of infections in surgical patients with different postoperative complications (suppurative wounds, abscesses, peritonitis, etc.) and suppurative lung diseases were studied. During the period of 6 years (1975-1980) 5401 samples of clinical material were studied. 1380 samples (25.6%) were sterile, from 2254 samples (41.7%)(More)
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