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《China Journal of Modern Medicine》 2007-03
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Study of microbiology and antibiotics susceptibility of bacterial strains isolates from community-associated skin and skin-tissue infection

JI Bing1, MA Xiao-ling2, HU Bai3, CAI Chao-yang2, LI Hua2(Department of Laboratory Medicine, Anhui Provincial Hospital, Auhui Medical University, Hefei, Auhui 230001, P.R.China; 2.Department of Laboratory Medicine, Anhui Provincial Hospital, Hefei, Anhui 230001, P.R.China; 3.Department of Dermatology, Anhui Provincial Hospital, Hefei, Anhui 230001, P.R.China)  
[Objective] To investigate pathogens causing skin soft-tissue infection and determine the major pathogens susceptibility to antimicrobial agents in the community. [Methods] The pus or wound secretion of 57 outpatients with skin and soft tissue infection was collected, bacteria culture was identified and the major pathogens susceptibility to antimicrobial agents was tested. [Results] 51 cases were positive in regard to bacteria culture of the samples from 57 patients. Staphylococcus was the majoy pathogenic bacterium, most of which were resistant to erythromycin and penicillin and which was more sensitive to most antimicrobial than hospital-acquired staphylococcus. MRSA was not be found. [Conclusion] Staphylococcus was the majoy pathogenic bacterium to skin soft-tissue infection in the community, the prevalence of MRSA was not been found. The first selection of antibiotics for treating skin and soft-tissue infections should be, according to the observations of this study, quinolones and the first generation of cephalosporin.
【CateGory Index】: R446.5
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