2011
DOI: 10.5902/223658342391
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Abstract: The Streptococcus agalactiae colonization prevalence and its susceptibility to antimicrobials in pregnant women at University Hospital of Santa Maria (HUSM) were evaluated from June to December 2009. The vaginal-rectal material was inoculated into tubes containing Todd-Hewitt broth with subsequent subculture on blood agar. The GBS identification was made through presumptive tests, confirmed by serological test and its susceptibility was evaluated. The occurrence ofGBS maternal-fetal transmission in the coloniz… Show more

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“…9,10 Em outros países esse percentual se mantém, como por exemplo, em uma pesquisa realizada na Etiópia, em 2010, a taxa de colonização foi de 20,9%. 11 Já no Irã e na Suíça, a prevalência foi de 22,8% e 21%, respectivamente.…”
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“…9,10 Em outros países esse percentual se mantém, como por exemplo, em uma pesquisa realizada na Etiópia, em 2010, a taxa de colonização foi de 20,9%. 11 Já no Irã e na Suíça, a prevalência foi de 22,8% e 21%, respectivamente.…”
Section: Discussionunclassified
“…There was an increase in GBS prevalence in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, considering the results over the last 10 years [39][40][41]. A study with 36 specimens from pregnant women during the year 2006 using culture and latex agglutination for GBS identification found a prevalence of 11.11%.…”
Section: The South Regionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A study with 36 specimens from pregnant women during the year 2006 using culture and latex agglutination for GBS identification found a prevalence of 11.11%. In addition, there was one case of meningitis caused by GBS in a newborn whose mother was colonized by GBS [41]. In 2011 and 2012, 1041 non-pregnant and 105 pregnant women were enrolled in a study where the prevalence was 15.2% among pregnant women and 6.4% in non-pregnant women [39].…”
Section: The South Regionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…La administración de antibióticos durante la gestación resulta ineficaz para erradicar la colonización vaginal ya que, al suprimir el tratamiento, la vagina vuelve a colonizarse a partir del recto. Se recomienda administrar al comienzo del trabajo de parto ampicilina o penicilina G iv, hasta el final del parto [21].…”
Section: Factores De Riesgo De Infección Neonatalunclassified