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17- PREVALENCE AND ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY OF Escherichia coli AND Klebsiella pneumoniae FROM PATIENTS AND ANIMALS IN BASRAH PROVINCE

Author: Roaa A. Sabeeh*, Mazin N. Mousa**, Bassam Y. Khudaier
Journal: Basrah Journal of Veterinary Research. مجلة البصرة للابحاث البيطرية ISSN: Print:18138497 E; 24108456 Year: 2018 Volume: 17 Issue: 1 Pages: 192-208
Publisher: Basrah University جامعة البصرة

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During the period of seven months from October 2016 to May 2017, 299samples were collected, 152(51%) human samples, of which 69 (45.4%) were fromurine and 83 (54.6%) were from children suffering from diarrhea in hospitals in AlBasra governorate. 147 (49.2%) samples were from fecal of animals, of which 82(55.8% ) samples were from buffalo and 65(44.2%) were from cow .A total of 101E. coli serotype O157: isolates out of 299 were suspected E. coli analyzed 52/101(34.2%%) were from human 16 (10.5%) samples were from urine and 36 (23.7%)samples were from stool . and 49/101(33.3%) were from animal 33(22.4%)samples were from buffalo and 16 (10.9%) samples were from cow . On the otherhand 68(22.7%) isolates out of 299 were suspected K. pneumoniae analyzed 41/68(27%)were from human 28/41( 18.4%) isolates were from urine samples and 13/41(8.6%) isolates were from stool samples and 27/68 (18.4%) were from animal 16(10.9%) samples were from buffalo and 11(7.5%) samples were from cow).Allsuspected isolates were subjected to testing biochemical. It was found that 10 out of101 were 4 isolates of animal faeces (2 buffalo and 2 cows).six isolates of 52isolates (4 of the children's stool samples and 2 of the urine samples) 19.5% nonfermented sorbitol (NSFEC).The isolates were tested against 14 different antibiotics

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Escherichia coli --- patients --- Basrah.

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