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This study was examined for the purpose of determining the sensitivity of bacterial pathogens taken from the lower respiratory tract of antimicrobial Susceptibility from patients who were taken to Ramadi teaching hospital where 167 samples of bronchial secretions were withdrawn and the proportion of isolated bacteria was calculated from The samples in table 1 where the highest ratio of isolated bacteria of female males are strep. Pneumonia is about 20.6% for males and 25.0% while the lowest percentage is 0% in Acinetobacter sp. the lowest percentage of females was 2% for Bordetella spp. and staph. Spp. The growth of the culture was then measured by the value of p, where the results showed that the highest growth of a pathogen with patients was equal to 0.782 for the Kleb. Pneumonia and the lowest value p appeared in the results of the Acinetobacter. SP strain Equal to 0. The resistance of the antimicrobial is measured through the value of the Mac where between the table that resistance MIC ≥ 64 for the type Pseudomonas. aerug For antimicrobial Ceftazidime and resistance bordetella.spp. MIC ≤ 0.5 for antimicrobial colistin. The conclusion from this study is that bacterial diseases are the most prevalent diseases of the lower respiratory system among patients in hospitals as well as microbial antibiotics cannot be the ideal solution for the treatment of bacterial infection because it is a frequent use leads to the production of a new strain resistant to antimicrobial Also, the antibiotics are not given a new result in the case of multiple infections (two bacterial pathogens).


Respiratory care units Bronchopneumonia Antimicrobial VITEK 2 system

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Zainab Khamees Abbas. (2018). Identification and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing of Bacterial Patho-gens isolation from bronchial washing by VITEK 2 system. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 9(4), 1543-1547. Retrieved from