Microbiological status of artificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues associated with introduction of oral fluid

Written by Melkonyan G.G., Koval A.N., Tashkinov N.V., Strelnikova N.V., Vasilyeva E.E.

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Objective. The study of microbial status of artificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues developed after introduction of patient’s own oral fluid.
Methods. Comparative 7-year analysis of the microbial composition of wound discharge in artificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues and inartificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues of 2nd to 4th levels has been carried out in 80 patients of the Purulent surgery department of Military Clinical Hospital No. 301.
Results. It has been determined that microbes revealed in artificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues showed a more pronounced diversity with the prevalence of obligate and facultative anaerobic strains compared to the 2nd to 4th levels of pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues. Maximum concentration of microbes was found in dental plaque, which distinguish features are wide diversity of microbes and high level of their virulence.
Conclusions. The obtained results of the microbial status of patients with artificial pyoinflammatory diseases of soft tissues make it possible to recommend the use of the empiric treatment of such patients with antimicrobial chemotherapeutic agents affecting the anaerobic microflora.

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G.G. Melkonyan1, 2, A.N. Koval1, 2, N.V. Tashkinov2, N.V. Strelnikova2, E.E. Vasilyeva1
1 Military Clinical Hospital No. 301 of the Russian Federation Ministry of Defense (1 Serysheva St. Khabarovsk 680028 Russian Federation),
2 Far Eastern State Medical University (35 Muravyeva- Amurskogo St. Khabarovsk 680000 Russian Federation)

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