Detection of Biofilm Formation for Aerobic Bacteria Isolated from Burn and their Antibiotics Resistance in Hospitals in Ramadi City

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Dr. Saad T. Mutlk, Dr. Muthanna Hamid Hassan


A total of 86 samples of burn swabs were collected from patients between the ages of (16-56 years).All samples were tested on several culture media. The sensitivity of the isolates to antibiotics was tested by using disc diffusion method. The results of this study showed that the most pathogenic cause of burn injuries wasPseudomonas aeruginosa25(29.07%) and Then E.coli19(22.09%), Staphylococcusaureus18(20.93%), Proteus mirabilis10(11.62%), Coagulase-negative Staphylococci8(9.32%), Klebsiella pneumonia 6(6.97%) respectively. In the sensitivity test to antibiotics, it was noted that bothStaphylococcusaureus and Coagulase negative Staphylococcia high was sensitive Vancomycin,Cefepimeand Imipenem. In the study, it was observed that all gram-negative bacteria were sensitive to the antibiotics Imipenem,Cefepimeand Tobramycin. It has a different resistance to other antibioticsThe study aimed to know the most prevalent bacteria in burn injuries, their sensitivity to antibiotics, and their ability to form a biofilmin hospitalize patients Ramadi  city

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