임상각과 검사물중 농에서 붖리된 세균균종의 분포, 감염양상 및 항균제 감수성에 관하여
Studies on the Distribution, Infectious Patterns and Susceptibility to Various Antibiotics of Bacteria Isolated from Purulent Materials

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장우현; 석종성; 권병세; 신용우; 이승훈
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서울대학교 의과대학
Seoul J Med 1973;14(1):19-26
686 strains of 26 species of bacteria from the pus
collected from patients in Seoul National University
Hospital from Dec 1st. 1972 to Jan 31. 1973. were
isolated in the Section of Microbiology. Clinical
The distribution. infectious patterns and susceptibility
to the various antibiotics of the isolated
bacteria were summerized as follows.
1. The isolated bacterial species and their relative
incidence from the pus were. Coagulase(+)
staphylococcus 22.1%. Pseudomonas aeruginosa
16.2%. Escherichia coli 13.4%. Coliform bacilli
7.0%. Coagulase(-) staphylococcus 7.3%.
Enterobacter aerogenes 5.8%. Neisseria gonorrhoeae
4.2%. Alkaligenes fecalis 4.2%. aHemolytic
streptococcus 3.8%. Proteus species
8.1%. .a-Hemolytic streptococcus 2.9%. Diplococcus
pneumoniae 1.6%. Enterococcus 1.3%.
r-Hemolytic streptococcus 0.7%. Lactobacillus
0.4%. Neisseria meningitidis 0.3% and Corynebacterium
equi, Hemophilus influenza. Salmonella
group D. Serratia 1% respectively.
2. The incidence of mixed infection in the clinical
specimens was 11.9% and that of each clinical
department was ENT 35.3%. Gynecology and
Obstetrics 25%. Pediatrics 14.8. Surgery 14.6%.
Internal medicine 7.2%. Urology 5.4% respectively.
3. The cases where 2 species of bacteria were
isolated from the clinical specimens suspected
mixed infection were 90.4% and. more than
2 species. 9.6%.
4. The susceptibility of Coagulase (+) staphylococcus
to the antibiotics showed that the strains
from the single infected lesions was higher than
that from mixed ones.
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 14 No.1 (1973)
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