Pathology and Microbiology; Haematology/Oncology
Over two years, 9892 mid-stream urine samples from patients attending the Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi were cultured. Significant bacterial growth was seen in 23.5% samples. Further identification of these organisms Eevealed 40% of E.coli, 16% Pseudomonas aeruginosa, 11% Klebsiella aerogenes, 5.0% Enterobacter sp., 13% Protdus sp., 4.0% Serratia liquifaciens, 1.0% Acinetobacter sp., 3.0% Citrobacter sp., 4.0% Enterococci, 0.5% Staphylococcus aureus. Results of sensitivity tests performed with antibiotics Ampicillin, Cotrimoxa.zole, Nitrofurantoin, Nalidixic acid, Gentamicin, Amikacin, Pipemedic acid, Cefotaxime, Azactain and Carbenicillin did not reveal any distinct pattern
Publication ( Name of Journal)
Journal of Pakistan Medical Association
(1989). Urinary tract infection. Journal of Pakistan Medical Association, 39, 129-131.
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