2016
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-8819
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Detecção e avaliação do perfil de sensibilidade antimicrobiana de enterobactérias isoladas de periquitos cara-suja (Pyrrhura griseipectus) em cativeiro

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“…Enterobacteria of the genera Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Morganella, Hafnia and Serratia were less frequently isolated in this study; however, their isolation in wild birds was previously reported in other studies (Gibbs et al, 2007;Santos et al, 2010). Those bacteria are responsible for occasional infections and, in some cases, can function as primary pathogens (Gerlach, 1994, Hidasi et al, 2013, Davies et al, 2016 The absence of Salmonella was also observed in other Brazilian studies, with low detection rates in apparently healthy wild birds, whether maintained in captivity or in the wild (Allgayer et al, 2009;Santos et al, 2010;Lopes et al, 2015, Machado et al, 2016. Because psittacines are very sensitive to avian salmonellosis, particularly at young ages , the absence of Salmonella spp in the present study suggests that the evaluated birds were not exposed to any pathogen of this genus (Godoy, 2007).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 54%
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“…Enterobacteria of the genera Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Morganella, Hafnia and Serratia were less frequently isolated in this study; however, their isolation in wild birds was previously reported in other studies (Gibbs et al, 2007;Santos et al, 2010). Those bacteria are responsible for occasional infections and, in some cases, can function as primary pathogens (Gerlach, 1994, Hidasi et al, 2013, Davies et al, 2016 The absence of Salmonella was also observed in other Brazilian studies, with low detection rates in apparently healthy wild birds, whether maintained in captivity or in the wild (Allgayer et al, 2009;Santos et al, 2010;Lopes et al, 2015, Machado et al, 2016. Because psittacines are very sensitive to avian salmonellosis, particularly at young ages , the absence of Salmonella spp in the present study suggests that the evaluated birds were not exposed to any pathogen of this genus (Godoy, 2007).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 54%
“…Thus, the presence of Gram-negative bacteria, including those belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae family, in their intestinal microbiota has been considered an indication of potential diseases (Bangert et al, 1988;Mattes et al, 2005). Currently, microbiological studies with psittacine have increasingly isolated enterobacteria in healthy birds (Serafini et al, 2015;Lopes et al, 2015;Machado et al, 2016), which may indicate a more opportunistic role of these agents (Hidasi et al, 2013).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazil, Pontes et al [ 24 ] detected the resistance genes str AB, bla TEM, tet A, tet B, aad A, apha A, sul 1, sul 2, and sul 3 associated with plasmids in cloacal avian pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC) strains from Nymphicus hollandicus in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Cloacal E. coli from Pyrrhura griseipectus was phenotypically resistant to azithromycin, sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim, streptomycin and tetracycline [ 25 ]. Resistance to tobramycin and streptomycin was observed in cloacal E. coli from Amazona aestiva , Ara chloroptera and Ara ararauna from Parque das Aves de Toledo, Paraná (Brazil) [ 7 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is always more expected to detect cases of antimicrobial resistance in birds raised in captivity than those that live in the wild. In addition to the possibility of inappropriate use of antibiotics, this may occur when birds have greater contact with other animals that possess and disseminate resistant strains [73,74]. However, our research showed cases of free-living bird strains with relevant antimicrobial resistance rates, mainly involving ampicillin, nalidixic acid and amoxicillin associated with clavulanic acid.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 68%