Ahmed M. Al-kadassy, Mohamed A. Suhail, Abdul Rahman S. Naji, Mawhoob N. O. Alkadasi, Abdulbaset A. Zaid
Ahmed M. Al-kadassy1, Mohamed A. Suhail1*, Abdul Rahman S. Naji2,
Mawhoob N. O. Alkadasi2 and Abdulbaset A. Zaid3
1Department of Medical Laboratory ,Faculty of Medical Science, Hodiada University, Yemen
2Department of Biology , Zabid Education Collage, Hodiadah University, Yemen
3Post Graduate and Research Center, Maulana Azad College, Aurangabad (MS)
Volume - 4,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2014
Infection is a major cause of mortality in hospitalized burn patients. The present study was undertaken to determine burn infection bacterial etiological agents and their antimicrobial sensitive pattern, the influence of environmental conditions, and associated with burn infections. This study was conducted from March 2013 to September 2013 at Burns' Center and Surgery in Al-Thaowrah Hospital, Hodeidah, Yemen. A total of 85 swabs were collected. Single isolates organisms were present in 73 % of cases and multiple isolates were noted in 27 % cases. The frequency of Gram negative organisms was higher. The most common isolates were Pseudo.spp 37%, and Staph. aureus 35.2%. (54.1%) of patients were males and (45.9%) were females.
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Ahmed M. Al-kadassy, Mohamed A. Suhail, Abdul Rahman S. Naji, Mawhoob N. O. Alkadasi, Abdulbaset A. Zaid. Bacterial Burn Wound Infections and Susceptibility to Antibiotics in Al-Thaowrah General Hospital, Hodeidah City, Yemen. Asian J. Pharm. Res. 4(2): April-June 2014; Page 72-77.