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Human infections with B-streptococci



Human infections with B-streptococci



Proceedings of IV International Symposium on mastitis control (II): 591-600



During 6 months, vaginal swabs were taken in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of a Hungarian municipal hospital from 579 women not suspected of any group B-streptococcal diseases. 310 of the women lived in towns and 269 in villages; their ages ranged from 14 to 69. Strains of group B streptococci were isolated from 47 (8.1%) of the swabs. The strains were highly sensitive to penicillin, erythromycin and oleandomycin, and resistant to oxytetracycline and neomycin.

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