To the matter of etiology of infectious and inflammatory complications in the sphere of cardiovascular interferences

A.V. Kasatov, E.S. Gorovits, E.V. Afanasievskaya
Keywords: Cardiac surgery, complications infection, etiopathogens, antibiotic susceptibility
Medicinskij al'manah, 2017, issue 3, pages 115-118.

Conducted bacteriological examination of the discharge sternal wound 172 patients with infectious-inflammatory
complications after open-heart surgery. 242 selected strain of microorganisms 15 species. The
main etiopatogenie served bacteria of the genus Staphylococcus – 151 strain in 48% cases it was S. aureus.
Of gram-negative bacteria were dominated by representatives of Enterobacteriaceae (46 cultures).
28 patients were isolated of P. aeruginosa. Culture S. aureus and P. aeruginosa, as a rule, is caused by
severe clinical form, complications – stereoselectivity and osteomyelitis of the sternum and ribs. Isolated
culture of S. aureus and P. aeruginosa in more than 70% of cases were sensitive to carbapenems.

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A.V. Kasatov, E.S. Gorovits, E.V. Afanasievskaya To the matter of etiology of infectious and inflammatory complications in the sphere of cardiovascular interferences. Medicinskij al'manah 2017; (3): 115–118, http://dx.doi.org/10.21145/2499-9954-2017-3-115-118