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Pus microflora, of mastitis patients, and their sensitivity to a series of antibiotics


Pus microflora, of mastitis patients, and their sensitivity to a series of antibiotics



Antibiotiki 20(5): 445-451, 480



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-5637

Pus from wounds of 126 puerperal patients operated on for purulent mastitis was examined. 232 microbial strains were isolated consisting of 59% staphylococci (mostly typed with Group I phages), 19.4% Proteus, 6.5% Escherichia coli, 2.6% streptococci, 1.7% Pseudomonas, 1.7% Klebsiella, 0.9% Candida,and 8.2% unidentified.52.5% of the patients presented mixed infections.

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