Evaluation of Erythema and Melanin in chronic Skin Lesions due to Sulfur Mustard, and Comparing with Normal Skin
Trauma Monthly: 13 (3); 229-238 Article Type: Research Article
P, Mojtahed zadeh
S. Evaluation of Erythema and Melanin in chronic Skin Lesions due to Sulfur Mustard, and Comparing with Normal Skin,
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Objective: The aim of this study is evaluating the patterns of antimicrobial resistance acquired urinary tract infections (UTIs) in patients with sepsis in intensive care unit. One hundred septic patients were hospitalized in a general ICU, besides demographic, clinical , and outcome data were obtained by chart review. Antibiotic resistance/susceptibility was determined using the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) technique. Material and Methods: Results: A UTI was present in 28 patients that 9 of them were female and 19 of them were male.The mean of ages in the patients was 58.71 ± 19.45 years. Almost all of the patients were resistance to the third generation Cephalosporins. Conclusion:The rate of multidrug-resistant UTIs may be very high in in patients with sepsis admitted in ICU. This antimicrobial susceptibility/ resistance should be determined, and a special antimicrobial treatment protocol should be planned based on the results for each ICU.
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