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Khalida Jhalil Ibraheem

Khalida Jhalil Ibraheem
College Of Basic Education · biology

M.SC. OF MICROBIOLOGY

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Bloodstream infections are severe complications in children with leukemia during chemotherapy and represent a major public health problem. The purpose of this study is to investigate patterns of bacterial and fungal bloodstream infection in children with leukemia during chemotherapy and to provide a rational basis for the use of antibiotics to redu...
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Respiratory diseases are considered serious diseases that affect all age groups and can lead, in most cases, to death. This study aimed to investigate the bacterial and fungal causes of some respiratory infections and the relationship between the phagocytic activity of polymorphonuclear cells and respiratory tract infection.146 clinical samples of...
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Genus Acinetobacter are wide spread in nature , and there are at least 25 different types of them .In the medical field Acinetobacter baumannii is one of the most important species of this genus. It is an opportunistic pathogen and have many virulence factors that make the bacteria capable of causing many hospital-acquired diseases leads to nosocom...
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: Infection of burn wounds is a serious problem leading to death and need critical care. The purpose of this study is to identify common microorganisms isolated from blood and wound in the first week of post burn infections and assess their susceptibility to the commonly used antibacterial agents. Blood and wound swabs from 62 patients with burn wo...
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The present study was conducted on two groups from pregnant women, the 1st group included 34 pregnant with age range (18- 30) years and the 2nd group (22) pregnant (31-40) years. Haemoglobin (Hb gm %) , (PCV %), were estimated. The microscopical examination for urine samples that included urine appearance, PH, Pus cells, Epithelial cells and bacter...
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Diarrheal diseases are a leading cause of mortality among children in developing countries. This study is designed to investigate the bacterial, viral and parasitic etiology and related clinical and epidemiological factors in children among 0-15years age group with diarrhea in Baghdad city. A total of 200 sample of the stool obtained from children...
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Bacillus species are the predominant soil bacteria because of their resistant endospore formation and can produce many different antimicrobial substances. The main aim of this study was to isolate Bacillus species from soil and investigate their antimicrobial activity against some pathogenic bacteria and fungi isolated from human. 48 soil samples w...
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Infection of burn wounds is a serious problem leading to death and need critical care.The purpose of this study is to identify common microorganisms isolated from blood and wound in the first week of post burn infections and assess their susceptibility to the commonly used antibacterial agents.Blood and wound swabs from 62 patients with burn wound...
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The aim of the present study was to determine the microbiological profile and antibiotic susceptibility patterns of organisms isolated from diabetic foot ulcers.Pus and debrided tissue samples from 46 patients with diabetic foot ulcers collected and processed.Bacterial isolates were identified by using different microscopical examination, cultural...
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SUMMARY: OBJECTIVE: The aim of the study is to find the types of aerobic bacteria in diabetic foot infection in iraqi patients. METHODS: (100) Patients with infected foot, 69 male, 31 female with mean age (45) years, attends the diabetic foot clinic at the special center for endocrinology and diabetes for the period( August 2000 to February 2002)....

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