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microorganisms present in discharging otitis media in a group of patients in kathmandu.discharge from the ear is one of the commonest symptoms of infections of the ear. to study the major strains of bacteria encountered in ear discharges, this study was conducted from july 1999, to june 2001 in the microbiology laboratory of om hospital. a total of 115 patients, of 6-35 years of age clinically diagnosed as discharging otitis media were studied. in 60.9% single organism and in 26.08% two organisms were isolated. results revealed that, staphylococcus aureus (34.3%), klebsiella pneum ...200718092440
in-vitro activity of three brands of ceftriaxone against different clinical isolates.ceftriaxone is an extended spectrum cephalosporin that has been used for decades for combating infections caused by wide array of pathogens and prescription of antibiotic is in favor of specific brands without realizing the potency of the brand. the in-vitro activity of three brands of ceftriaxone and various antibiotics against clinical isolates is studied.201022049828
causative agents of urinary tract infections in children and their antibiotic sensitivity pattern: a hospital based study.a retrospective study was conducted to find out the causative agents of urinary tract infection (uti) in children and their antibiotic sensitivity pattern among nepalese children. this was done at kanti children's hospital in kathmandu (nepal) by analyzing the records of urine samples collected for culture and sensitivity tests over a period of six months (april to november, 2007). of the total 1878 mid-stream urine samples collected from suspected cases of uti, 538 (28.6%) were positive for pat ...200818828428
a study of sensitivity and resistance of pathogenic micro organisms causing uti in kathmandu valley.a retrospective study was conducted in five hospitals to observe the prevalence of organisms causing uti and their sensitivity to antibiotics. methodology: altogether, data from five hundred samples of urine from five hospitals in kathmandu was collected for this study from january 2005 to april 2005. result: a total of 244 samples were found to be positive. altogether six types of organisms were isolated as the causative factors. e. coli (49%), s. aureus, (coagulase positive) (23%), proteus spe ...200516415607
epidemiological and bacteriological profile of burn patients at nepal medical college teaching hospital.this study was conducted to know the epidemiological and bacteriological profile of burn patients at nepal medical college teaching hospital. the charts of 50 burn patients admitted in department of surgery were reviewed retrospectively. all the epidemiological characteristics, mode of injury, time taken to reach hospital and involved body surface areas were noted. the charts were also reviewed for bacterial isolates from burn wounds and its sensitivity pattern for various antibiotics. data was ...200819558060
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