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DETECTION OF BACTERIAL AGENTS CAUSING URINARY TRACT INFECTION AMONG CHILDREN IN KHARTOUM STATE

*Huzaifa Abdallh Mimouna Mohamed and Magdi Babiker

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Background: Tract infection (UTI) is one of the most common pediatric infections. It distresses the child, concerns the parents and may cause permanent kidney damage. Aim: To evaluate the frequency of the bacterial agents responsible for urinary tract infections among children from age 5-15 and the antimicrobial sensitivity profile of the uropathogens involved in these infectious processes. Methods: Questionnaire was conducted to collect the data from patient under study then (100) mid-stream urine sample was form children, cultured on bacteriological media, then isolated bacteria subjected to antibacterial susceptibility test. Results: According to the results, the 100 sample was verified into female (72.8%), while male (77.8%). the most frequent Gram negative bacteria were Escherichia coli 33%, S.aurues 14%, Proteus mirabilis 7%, Others Staphylococcus 5%, Enterobacter spp 4%, Pseudomonas aeruginosa 4%, Klebsiella pneumonia 3% Conclusion: With regard to bacterial susceptibility to antimicrobial agents, it was noted that gram negative bacteria have higher resistance to, AMC, AMP.

Keywords: Etiology, UTIs, Susceptibility, Antimicrobial, Resistance.


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