Cases of successful treatment events of sepsis with remote septicopyemic suppurative

Balatsky E.R. Balatsky E.R., J.I. Zuravleva

Abstract


The analysis of the two cases of successful treatment of similar patients with a combination of diabetes, pyo-necrotic lesions of toes, sepsis and septicopyemic suppurative on the hand. Bacteriological studies of microbial spectrum and sensitivity to antibacterial drugs in 146 patients with different wounded processes for 2010-2013 showed high efficiency of karbapenem and ertapenem as choices for the launch de-escalation therapy. Revealed slow growth of strains resistant to vancomycin, is increasing annually associative microflora and beta-lactamase producers.

Keywords


surgical sepsis; septicopyemia; antibacterial therapy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/1997-2938.3-4.26-27.2014.83248

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