[Etiological significance and antibioticosensetivity of certain microorganisms in aggravation of chronical bronchopulmonary pathology in workers of diverse economic sectors.]
Klin Lab Diagn. 2019;64(1):49-52
Authors: Gizatullina LG, Masyagutova LM, Bakirov AB
It has been shown that in patients with upper respiratory diseases of occupational etiology gram negative flora prevail (38% of cases). They are followed by yeast-like fungi (up to 36% of cases), gram positive flora - 26%. The most effective antibacterial agents for treating golden staphilococcus in patients of the group studied are cefotaxime, sparfloxacine, levofloloxacine. Cefotoxime, ceftriaxon, ciprofloxacine are used against intestinal bacteria. Cefepim, ceftazidim are used against non-fermenting gram negative bacteria. C.Albicans can be treated with amfotericine and fluconazol.
PMID: 30912885 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]