Analysis of Sensitivity and Resistance of Pneumococcus, Staphylococcus Aureus, Hemolytic Streptococcus to Antibiotics in Children Diagnosed with Pneumonia
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In our work, the issues of sensitivity and resistance of the main bacterial pathogens of pneumonia in children in Russia to the main groups of antibiotics were investigated. The study involved 164 patients. The material of the study was the morning sputum of patients obtained before the appointment of antibacterial therapy. The method of investigation is the analysis of sputum for microflora and sensitivity to antibiotics. Examination of sputum for microflora and sensitivity to antibiotics is an important part of the appointment of effective therapy, which is aimed at the etiology of the disease. But the study of sputum culture for microflora and sensitivity to antibiotics lasts more than 4 days, because of this, at the initial stage of treatment, antibiotics are prescribed based on current data on the sensitivity of the main pathogens of pneumonia to antibacterial drugs, therefore, monitoring of antibiotic resistance and sensitivity is necessary for timely and effective initiation of antibacterial therapy.
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