Antibiotic sensitivity pattern of urinary tract pathogens in Port – Harcourt, Nigeria

@inproceedings{Uwaezuoke2006AntibioticSP,
  title={Antibiotic sensitivity pattern of urinary tract pathogens in Port – Harcourt, Nigeria},
  author={Jc Uwaezuoke and Jn Ogbulie},
  year={2006}
}
The prevalence and sensitivity pattern of urinary pathogens from 1240 patients in Port-harcourt, Nigeria was investigated. The predominant pathogens cultured was E. coli which accounted for 76.6% of the infections. Klebsiella spp was responsible for 8.1% of cases while the rest were accounted for by Proteus spp (4.8%), coagulase-negative staphylococci (3.2%), Pseudomonas spp (2.4%), Enterobacter spp. (2.4%), Staphylococcus aureus (1.6%) and Citrobacter species (0.8%). The majority of the… CONTINUE READING

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