Distribution of Clinical Isolates at Species Level and Their Antibiotic Susceptibilities in Intensive Care Units Patients

@article{Bar2017DistributionOC,
  title={Distribution of Clinical Isolates at Species Level and Their Antibiotic Susceptibilities in Intensive Care Units Patients},
  author={Ayşe Barış and Mehmet Emin Bulut and Ahsen {\"O}nc{\"u}l and Banu Bayraktar},
  journal={T{\"u}rk Yoğun Bakim Derneği Dergisi},
  year={2017},
  volume={15},
  pages={21-27}
}
Objective: Intensive care units are a hospital’s section where hospital infections and resistant microorganisms are most commonly seen. In this study it was aimed to determine the microorganisms which were isolated from various clinical specimens of the patients in intensive care units for a year and antibiotic susceptibility of the microorganisms. Materials and Methods: MALDI TOF MS and BD Phoenix system were used for the identification of bacteria, antibiotic sensitivities were evaluated by… Expand
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Çocuklarda İdrar Yolu Enfeksiyonlarında Antibiyotik Direnç Dağılımı; Beş Yıllık Bir Değerlendirme
Bulgular: Gram-negatif (%83.4) ve gram-pozitif (%16.6) etkenlerden olmak üzere toplam 613 (%12.4) pozitif idrar kültürü tespit edildi. Gram-negatif üreyen etkenlerde en fazla Escherichia coli %68.3Expand
Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Sağlık Uygulama ve Araştırma Hastanesi’nde Kan Kültürlerinden İzole Edilen Mikroorganizmalar ve Antibiyotik Duyarlılıkları
TLDR
Microorganism isolated from blood culture and their antimicrobial susceptibilities obtained at Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University Health Practice and Research Hospital were increased and the number of negatives detected increased. Expand

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