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[sensitivity to antibiotics of bacterial strains isolated from clinical specimens during the years 1985-1986].sensitivity of 312 strains of staphylococci, 386 strains of streptococci and 1193 strains of aerobic gram-negative bacilli to the selected antibiotics was tested. these strains were isolated from the clinical material at the clinical hospital no. 1 in warsaw within 1985-1986. staphylococci were sensitive to pristinamycin, cefazolin, fusidic acid, oxacillin, and clindamycin. in 1986, a decrease in the number of strains sensitive to these antibiotics, except cefazolin, was seen. in case of strepto ...19892485892
[occurrence of 16s rrna methylase arma producing enterobacteriaceae in a general hospital in warsaw, poland].resistance to gentamicin, amikacin and kanamycin was screened in 270 clinical isolates of enterobacteriaceae originated from april 19 to may 19, 2010 in a regular hospital in warsaw, poland. most of the isolated bacteria were considered pathogenic. nineteen isolates (7%) were simultaneously resistant to two or three of the tested aminoglycosides. mics of the three aminoglycosides ranged form 128 to 1024 mcg/ml for six isolates. these isolates were suspected to produce 16s rrna methylase. genes e ...201021114012
bacteriological urinalysis in patients after renal transplantation.the study consisted of microbiological urinalysis performed in 269 patients after renal transplantation who remained under medical care at the outpatient service of the transplantation institute in warsaw. the patients enrolled into the study had undergone renal transplantation 6 to 72 months before urine samples were collected. 304 urinalysis were performed. in the group of 269 patients, 42 individuals had bacteria in their urine what was confirmed in 47 urine cultures. cases of bacteriuria wer ...200516599304
[etiology of urinary tract infections and antimicrobial susceptibility: a study conducted on a population of children hospitalized in the department of pediatrics at warsaw bielany hospital; 2004-2006].the basis of urinary tract infection (uti) diagnosis in children is based on positive results of microbiological tests. the selection of an antimicrobial drug for empirical treatment and prophylaxis of uti is determined by the susceptibility of bacterial strains isolated from urine cultures.200819418948
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