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Vol. 8, Issue 7 (2019)

Anti-microbial status update on surgery at tertiary care teaching hospital

Author(s):
K Arunraj, Dr. VP Maheskumar, Dr. RT Saravanakumar and Dr. N Junior Sundresh
Abstract:
Surgery is the branch of medical science that employs operation in the treatment of particular disease (or) injury. Where the antibiotics play the major role as prophylaxis and treat the infection. This study aimed to analyse the antibiotic sensitive and resisted pattern of each organism similarly in different type of surgery in the duration of three month, the observational study was conducted in the department of surgery at RMMCH, Annamalai University with the subjects of 42 patients. The data’s required were collected from the patient information sheets. From this study the followings were concluded, P. mirabilus (17%), Klebsiella 39%) were the mostly observed organisms’ accordingly gram positive and negative.
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How to cite this article:
K Arunraj, Dr. VP Maheskumar, Dr. RT Saravanakumar, Dr. N Junior Sundresh. Anti-microbial status update on surgery at tertiary care teaching hospital. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(7):133-136.

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