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Feature PSI in Patients with Pathology of the Maximum-Face Region

Dmitrii A. Stepanov; Evgenii A. Stepanov; Natalia N. Mitrofanova; Viktoriia S. Leibenko; Viktoriia V. Mel'nikovа

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Currently, there is an acute problem of nosocomial purulent-septic infection (PSI), aggravating the course of the underlying disease, increasing the length of stay in the surgical hospital.An analysis of 104 case histories of patients of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for 2016 was performed, among them 55.77% of men and 44.23% of women. Studies included bacteriological analysis of isolates and determination of the antibiotic sensitivity spectrum of the selected cultures.PSI are the most common complications in patients with pathologies of the maxillofacial region. The etiological agents of PSI in patients with pathologies of the maxillofacial region are mainly gram-positive microorganisms represented by genera. Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. For antibacterial therapy in the department of oral surgery for patients, it is rational to use preparations of the group cephalosporins, aminoglycosides and tetracyclines.

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