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Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Objectives: The balance of the vaginal ecosystem depends on lactobacilli whose biofilm protectsagainst microorganisms that are not normally present or are subdominant in vaginal flora. The objective of this study was to determine the sensitivity of lactobacilli to antiseptics, antibiotics and antifungal agents used, alone or in combination, in the topical treatment of infectious vaginitis.

Results: The MICs of the antibiotics and antifungal agents were above their critical concentrations in the three strains, contrary to the antiseptics. According to their MID, some pharmaceutical products, especially combinations, inhibit the growth of one or more strains at concentrations that can be found in the vaginal mucosa after application at the usual dosage.

Conclusions: Certain topical anti-infective drugs may interfere with the growth of lactobacilli, worsening the vaginal flora imbalance. Maintaining vaginal flora balance should be a selection criterion when choosing an anti-infective therapy. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 81, International Journal of Probiotics and Prebiotics, 3, Infection and Immunity, 67, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 27, International Microbiology, 12, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 48, Journal of Applied Microbiology, , American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, , North American Journal of Medical Sciences, 3, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 22, Implications for the Treatment of Vaginal Candidosis.

British Journal of Venereal Diseases, 57, Chemotherapy, 28, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 27, Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 17, APMIS, , Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 9, The paper is not in the journal. Go Back HomePage. Nelis 3 , Tom Coenye 3. DOI: Abstract Objectives: The balance of the vaginal ecosystem depends on lactobacilli whose biofilm protectsagainst microorganisms that are not normally present or are subdominant in vaginal flora.

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Recommend to Peers. Recommend to Library. Contact Us. All Rights Reserved. Reid, G. Hyman, R. Hay, P. Dover, S. Boskey, E. Atassi, F. Eschenbach, D. Mijac, V. Ravel, J. Zozaya-Hinchliffe, M. Turovskiy, Y. Bohbot, J. Spinillo, A. Chen, J. Corsello, S. Razzak, M. Agnew, K. Soussy, C. Odds, F. Mendling, W. Houang, E. Jones, R. Eriksson, K. Aroutcheva, A. Simoes, J.


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Countries in the process of adopting EUCAST antimicrobial susceptibility testing guidelines will find this particularly useful during the implementation process. List of and brief information on National breakpoint committees and NACs:. KKTNAE will work on the appropriate and reasonable use of antibiotics, including recommending resistance panels for testing as well as contributing to the preparation of national antibiotic use guidelines. Australian NAC. Until now, there has been no entity undertaking this task, although matters have often been referred to the Executive of the Australian Group on Antimicrobial Resistance AGAR , a federally funded resistance surveillance group ran through the financial auspices of ASA.



Introduction: We present recent data on the bacteriological profile and antibiotic susceptibility of uropathogenic bacteria isolated in children and newborns in our region over the past 2 years. Materials and methods: A retrospective study on the positive urine cultures from pediatric and neonatal populations during Bacteria were identified using conventional methods. Susceptibility testing was performed and interpreted as recommended by the committee of the susceptibility of the French Society of Microbiology CA-SFM.


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