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Knowledge about the trends in antimicrobial susceptibility patterns in different settings is very important for rational antibiotic utilization.It is very important in areas where empiric therapy is common.
Due to the lack of personnel and equipment, bacterial infections are mostly treated empirically in Nigeria, hence, the knowledge of prevailing antibacterial susceptibility patterns is essential.
This study analyses the susceptibility patterns of pathogenic bacteria isolated from the urine and high vaginal swab samples, to commonly used antibacterial agents.
The study setting was a general hospital and a private clinic in Rivers State, Nigeria.
Mrs Nwabuogochukwu Oreh is a lecturer in the Department of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
She researches on Clinical Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and Pharmacoepidemiology.
She has a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of London International Programmes and a Master of Pharmacy degree.
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