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“…In our study maximum resistance is shown to penicillin among gram positive cocci which is similar to study conducted by Sonawane et al in 2010 and Jain et al 2014 In our study (71.42%) were MRSA, which does not correlate with other studies. Bergqvist et al (26) and Dan et al (27) found that 29.8% of hospitalized patients and 26.6% of hospital staff respectively are carriers. 12.5% (11/88) of our isolates are Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus.…”
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“…In our study maximum resistance is shown to penicillin among gram positive cocci which is similar to study conducted by Sonawane et al in 2010 and Jain et al 2014 In our study (71.42%) were MRSA, which does not correlate with other studies. Bergqvist et al (26) and Dan et al (27) found that 29.8% of hospitalized patients and 26.6% of hospital staff respectively are carriers. 12.5% (11/88) of our isolates are Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus.…”
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“…In our study the most common organism isolated from infective cases was Staph aureus (59.1% of samples) a gram positive cocci and the next common was Pseudomonas aeruginosa (13.6% cases) a gram negative bacilli, these findings are in agreement with the extensive study of Arciola et al (2005) [11] and Khosravi et al (2009) [12] as they noticed most common organism isolated from infected orthopaedic implants were Staphyloccus aureus and other significant pathogen being Pseudomonas aueriginosa. Berquist et al and Dan et al, found that 29.8%of hospitalized patients and 26.6% of hospital staff respectively act as carriers for Staph aureus [13,14] . Hence its important to select the antibiotic that is effective for prophylaxis specific to the hospital setup to reduce occurrence of infection.…”
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“…Άιιεο κειέηεο φκσο αλαθέξνπλ ρακειφηεξα πνζνζηά απνηθηζκνχ ζε ΔΤ, 1% κε 6%(46,118,221,222,223,224), κε ηελ εμαίξεζε ηνπ πξνζσπηθνχ κνλάδσλ εγθαπκάησλ (6% κε 24%)(225,226). Σα πνζνζηά θνξείαο S. aureus ζε λνζειεπφκελνπο θπκαίλνληαη απφ 14.3% κέρξη θαη 52.5% (κέρξη θαη ην 50% απφ απηά ηα πνζνζηά κπνξεί λα αληηζηνηρεί ζε MRSA)(176,189,200,218,219,227,228). ηνηρεία γηα απνηθηζκφ κε MRSA ζε ΗΜΦ έρνπλ δνζεί παξαπάλσ.Άηνκα απνηθηζκέλα κε S. aureus είλαη ζε απμεκέλν θίλδπλν γηα επαθφινπζε ινίκσμε(229,230,231).…”
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