chloramphenicol resistant salmonella typhi in bangalore. 19836674154
multidrug resistant salmonella typhi in bangalore, south india.a total of 204 strains of salmonella were isolated in blood cultures during the year 1991 outbreak of enteric fever in and around bangalore. out of this, 190 were s. typhi, 6 s. paratyphi a, 5 s. typhimurium and 3 s. choloraesuis. antibiogram of 190 strains of s. typhi showed resistance of 94.7%, 95.8% and 96.9% to chloramphenicol, ampicillin and cotrimoxazole and sensitivity of 65.3%, 88.4% and 94.2% to gentamycin, norfloxacin and ciprofloxacin respectively. minimum inhibitory concentrations (m ...19948076992
prototrophic variants of salmonella typhi from south karnataka and their antibiogram. 200112024945
antimicrobial susceptibility of salmonella typhi in india.typhoid fever continues to remain a major public health problem, especially in regions such as gulbarga, due to poor sanitation and personal hygiene. gulbarga region is often prone to enteric fever outbreaks and is an endemic region of typhoid fever. enteric fever caused by salmonella typhi has not been adequately explored in this region.201020212336
Bacteriological quality of water and water borne diseases in Bangalore: a longitudinal study.In developing countries diarrhea diseases take a big toll which can be prevented by adequate supply of safe drinking water. Thus a longitudinal study was taken up to determine the morbidity due to water borne diseases and bacteriological quality of water. 150 houses in two different areas, one supplied by bore well and other by tap water was selected by modified cluster sampling. Weekly morbidity details collected. Monthly water samples were assessed for bacteriological quality from main supply, ...201122066282
an outbreak of multidrug resistant typhoid fever in bangalore.six hundred and eighty five blood cultures from children clinically diagnosed as enteric fever yielded 176 salmonella strains showing isolation success rate of 25.7%, s. typhi were 164 (93.2%), s. paratyphi a 5 (2.8%), s. choleraesuis 4 (2.3%) and s. typhimurium 3 (1.7%). antibiogram of 164 isolates of s. typhi showed triple drug resistance (tdr) in 156 strains (95.1%) to chloramphenicol, ampicillin and cotrimoxazole, and sensitivity of 90.2% and 95.1% to norfloxacin and ciprofloxacin respective ...199510829903
emergence of multidrug-resistant salmonella typhi in rural southern india.multidrug-resistant salmonella typhi has spread to many parts of india, causing severe therapeutic problems. of the 305 clinically suspected cases of enteric fever seen at kasturba hospital in manipal, karnataka between january 1990 and june 1991, salmonella bacteremia was detected in 134 patients; 102 of these were caused by s. typhi. eighty (78.4%) of the isolates from s. typhi-infected patients were resistant to conventional antibiotics used in the treatment of typhoid fever (i.e., ampicillin ...19938427378
chloramphenicol resistant salmonella typhi out break in a rural part of north-east karnataka. 19947759808
drug resistance pattern and phage types of salmonella typhi isolates in manipal, south karnataka.out of the 226 strains of s. typhi isolated over a period of three years 57.9% of them were multidrug resistant. 8.8% of the isolates were sensitive to all the drugs tested. a significant decline in hte number of multidrug resistant strains was observed in this region. majority of the isolates belonged to phage type e (75.7%) and biotype 1 (93.8%). all strains isolated were sensitive to ciprofloxacin, norfloxacin and ceftriaxone.199910862271
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