ISOLATION OF BACTERIA AND STUDY OF THEIR ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH URINARY INFECTION
Dr. Konstantinos Sorras
5 slide(s) – English – 2012-03-28
ISOLATION OF BACTERIA AND STUDY OF THEIR ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN DIABETIC AND NON DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH URINARY INFECTION.
Sorras Konstantinos, Koliantzaki Sofia, Dimitrakopoulos Spyridon, Andriotis Antonios, Liatsos Christos, Bonas Apostolos, Sidiropoulou Anna, Sidiropoulos Nikolaos, Saltamavros Alexandros.
1.General Hospital of Pyrgos, Obstetric-Gynecology Department, Pyrgos, 2.General Hospital of Patras, Endocrinology Department, Patra,Greece.
AIM: Is the study of the frequency of isolation of various microorganisms and their resistance to antibiotics in diabetic and non diabetic patients with urinary infection.
MATERIAL - METHOD: There were studied the urocrops and the antjvjogra\'mmata of 80 diabetic patients (60 females, 20 males) and 200 non diabetics, 140 females and 60 males, that were treated at the pathological surgeries - urgent from 01/01/2008 until 01/02/2010.
RESULTS: The frequency of bacteria that were isolated in patients with or without diabetes was: E.Coli(38% and 36%), Candida(18% and 16%), Enterococcus(11% and 8%), Pseudomonada(10,5% and 9%), Klebsiella (8% and 9%). The only difference was the frequency of the isolation of Klebsiella spp and Enterococcus spp (26% and 14%) between diabetic and non diabetic men and there were not recorded differences about the resistance to ampicillin, nitrofurantoin και ciprofloxacin between diabetics and non diabetics who developed E. coli in the urocrops.
CONCLUSIONS: The presence of diabetes mellitus does not influence the frequency of isolation of various pathogens in urocrops as well as the resistance to antibiotics. Klebsiella and Enterococcus strains preponderate in the urocrops of men with diabetes.