The most common bacteria causing ocular infection in North-East of Iran between 2005-2011 and their antibiotic resistance pattern

@inproceedings{Baghani2013TheMC,
  title={The most common bacteria causing ocular infection in North-East of Iran between 2005-2011 and their antibiotic resistance pattern},
  author={Akram Baghani and Ali Sadeghian and Mahmood Bagheri and Kiarash Ghazvini},
  year={2013}
}
Surveying causative agents of infections and their antibiotic resistance pattern is important for policy making in health systems. Today, antibiotic resistance among ocular pathogens is increasing. Among these, staphylococcus is an important nosocomial pathogen distributed extensively across the world. In this work, 300 ocular infection samples are collected from patients in Ghaem hospital. Bacterial specimens are isolated and identified at genus and species level by laboratory tests. The… CONTINUE READING
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