Análisis retrospectivo de agentes bacterianos y patrones de susceptibilidad antibiótica en casos de infecciones del tracto urinario en caninos domésticos (2012-2017)

Translated title of the contribution: Retrospective analysis of microbial agents and antibiotic susceptibility patterns in cases of urinary tract infections in domestic canines (2012-2017)

M. Milagros García, C. Diego Díaz, M. Carlos Huerta, L. Juan Olazábal, Manuel Barrios-Arpi, G. Ysaac Chipayo

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Abstract

The present study aimed to describe and analyse the results of bacterial isolates and their antibiograms in canine patients with a diagnosis of urinary tract infection, which were treated at the Small Animal Clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Universidad de San Marcos between 2012 and 2017. In total, 97 medical records of patients who had urine cultures and antibiograms exams were identified. The bacterial agents isolated were Escherichia coli (36.9%), Staphylococcus sp (28.7%), Proteus sp (27.9%), Pseudomonas sp (3.3%), Klebsiella sp (1.6%), Streptococcus sp (0.8%) and Citrobacter sp (0.8%) These evidenced a high antibiotic resistance due possibly to the inappropriate use of antibiotics in the country, so it is not possible to recommend a safe initial treatment in canine patients with presumptive diagnosis of this disease.

Translated title of the contributionRetrospective analysis of microbial agents and antibiotic susceptibility patterns in cases of urinary tract infections in domestic canines (2012-2017)
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)1837-1844
Number of pages8
JournalRevista de Investigaciones Veterinarias del Peru
Volume30
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Dec 2019

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