Bookcover of Molecular And Conventional Identification of Bacteria in Neonatal Sepsis
Booktitle:

Molecular And Conventional Identification of Bacteria in Neonatal Sepsis

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2019-07-01 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-8473-3933-5

ISBN-10:
3847339338
EAN:
9783847339335
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
A total of 100 hospitalized children from zero to 30 days of age were enrolled in this cross-sectional study, the participants neonates were grouped into two categories according to type of onset. The first was early onset group included children in age groups from (0- 7 days) while other late onset group included children from (7-30 days). Blood samples were obtained from each subject participate in this study, blood samples were used in the diagnosis of neonatal infection by using conventional methods including blood culture and API system, conventional PCR based on 16rRNAN as a universal gene for diagnosis of bacterial infection after DNA extraction from serum sample. Half of positive results in the conventional PCR were sequenced for bacterial identification according to the Macrogen, Inc. South Korea public biotechnology company. The neonatal sepsis was caused by different type of bacteria; the most common cause of neonatal sepsis was Staphylococcus aureus and coagulase negative Staphylococcus of gram positive bacteria while Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter bumanii were the most common gram negative bacteria.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Hesnaa Al-Mossawi, Jabbar S. Hassan, Nada M. Al-Bashier
Number of pages:
116
Published at:
2019-07-01
Stock:
Available
Category:
Microbiology
Price:
54.90 €
Keywords:
Bacteriology, Neonatal Sepsis, Molecular Bacteriology, Bacteria, Bacterial Infection, bacterial diagnosis

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