tailieunhanh - Bacteriological profile and clinical outcome in cases of neonatal sepsis

Neonatal septicemia is a clinically diagnosed condition having diverse etiology and changing antibiotic sensitivity pattern. The knowledge of common bacterial agents causing septicemia and their antibiogram is useful in deciding empirical antimicrobial therapy. The neonatal blood cultures were studied to know the bacterial species and their antibiotic sensitivity pattern. Aim of the study is to evaluate sensitivity pattern of bacterial isolates causing neonatal septicemia and to know clinical outcome of the cases. Automated blood cultures of 250 neonates, clinically diagnosed to have septicemia were performed using BacT/ALERT 3D (BioMerieux). | Bacteriological profile and clinical outcome in cases of neonatal sepsis

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