Molecular detection of ciprofloxacine resistance of Salmonella typhi

@inproceedings{Alhadrawi2015MolecularDO,
  title={Molecular detection of ciprofloxacine resistance of Salmonella typhi},
  author={Hazim A. N. Alhadrawi and Mahdi Hussain Al-Ammar and Haider Laitef},
  year={2015}
}
  • Hazim A. N. Alhadrawi, Mahdi Hussain Al-Ammar, Haider Laitef
  • Published 2015
The study was conducted to susceptibility to antibiotics and molecular level analysis of the cause of reduced sensitivity of Salmonella typhi isolates from patients in Babylon . Out of 50 blood cultures obtained during the study, 12 (14.0%) showed positive blood cultures were due to S. typhi and rests were mostly of S. paratyphi A. The prevalence was highest between the age group 3 15 year.. Among all S. typhi isolates, 41.4% were sensitive to ampicillin, cotrimoxazol and chloramphenicol… CONTINUE READING

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