Bacteriological Profile and Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern in Community Acquired Neonatal Sepsis in Rajsamand – A Hospital Based Prospective Study

  • S K Tak Associate Professor Department of Paediatrics, Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, India
  • Anup Paliwal Assistant Professor Department of Paediatrics, Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, India
  • Sameer Jagrwal Senior Resident, Department of Paediatrics, Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Rajsamand, Rajasthan, India
Keywords: Antibiotic susceptibility; Bacterial isolates; Bacterial resistance; Neonatal sepsis.

Abstract

  1. Shankar MJ, Aggarwal R, Deorari AK, Paul VK. Symposium on AIIMS protocol in Neonatology -ш. Indian J Pediatr 2008;75:261-6.
  2. Baltimore RS. Neonatal nosocomial infections. Semin Perinatal 1998;22:25-32.
  3. Wolach B. Neonatal Sepsis: Pathogenesis and supportive therapy. Semin Perinatal 1997;21:28-38.
  4. Lawn JE, Cousens S, Zupan J. Four million neonatal deaths: when? where? why? Lancet 2005;365:891-900.
  5. Lawn JE, Cousens S, Darmstadt GL, Bhutta ZA, Martines J, Paul et al. One year after The Lancet Neonatal Survival Series-was the call for action heard? Lancet 2006; 367:1541-7.
  6. Stoll BJ. Neonatal Infections: a global perspective. In: Remington JS, Klein Jo,eds. Infectious diseases of fetus and the newborn infant. 5th edn .Philadelphia:WB Saunders Company,2001.p.1371-1418.
  7. Bryce J, Boschi-Pinto C, Shibuya K, Black RE; WHO child heath epidemiology Reference Group. WHO estimates of the causes of death in children. Lancet 2005;365:1147-52
  8. Report 2002-2003.National Neonatal Perinatal Database Network. New Delhi National Neonatology Forum of India, 2004.
  9. Srivastava SP, Kumar A, Kumar ojha A. Verbal Autopsy determined causes of neonatal deaths: Indian Pediatrics 2001;38:1022-5.
  10. Singhal YD. Neonatal mortality and morbidity in ICDS urban slum, Indian Pediatr 1990;27:485-8.
  11. Ahmed AS, Chowdhury MA, Hoque M, Darmstadt GL. Clinical and Bacteriological Profile of Neonatal Septicemia in a Tertiary Level Pediatric Hospital in Bangladesh. Indian Pediatr.2002;39:1034-39
  12. Mathur NB. Neonatal Sepsis. Indian Pediatr.1996;33:633-74
  13. Aftab R, Iqbal I. Bacteriological Agents of Neonatal Sepsis in NICU at Nishtar Hospital, Multan. J coll Physicians Surg Pak.2006;16(3);216-9
  14. Joshi SG, Ghole VS, Niphadkar KB. Neonatal Gram –negative Bacteremia. Indian J Pediatr.2000;67(1):27-32.
  15. Clinical Laboratories Standards Institute. Performance Standards for antimicrobial disk susceptibility tests. Approved Standards, 11thed.CLSI document M2A12. CLSI, Wayne, PA:CLSI 2012.
  16. Begum S,Baki MA, Kundu GK, Islam I,Kumar M, Haque A. Bacteriological profile of neonatal sepsis in a tertiary care hospital in Bangladesh. J Bangladesh CollPhysSurg 2012,30:66-70.
  17. Khatna SP, Das AK, Chaterjee BD. Neonatal Septicemia. Ind J Pediatr 1986;53:509-14
  18. Premlata DE, Koppad M, Halesh LH, Siddesh KC, Prakash N. The bacterial profile and antibiogram of neonatal septicemia in a tertiary care hospital. Int J of recent trends in Sc and technology; 2014:451-5
  19. Karathikeyan G, Prem Kumar K. Neonatal sepsis. Staphylococcus aureus as the predominant pathogen. Indian J Pediatr.2001;68:715-7.
  20. Mustafa M, Ahmed SL. Bacteriological Profile and Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns in Neonatal Septicemia in view of emerging drug resistance. J Med Allied Sci 2014;4(1):02-08.
  21. Kaistha N, Mehta M, Singla N, Garg R, Chander J. Neonatal Septicemia isolates and resistance patterns in a tertiary care hospital of North Indian. J Infect DevCtries 2009;4:55-7.

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1. Shankar MJ, Aggarwal R, Deorari AK, Paul VK. Symposium on AIIMS protocol in Neonatology -ш. Indian J Pediatr 2008;75:261-6.
2. Baltimore RS. Neonatal nosocomial infections. Semin Perinatal 1998;22:25-32.
3. Wolach B. Neonatal Sepsis: Pathogenesis and supportive therapy. Semin Perinatal 1997;21:28-38.
4. Lawn JE, Cousens S, Zupan J. Four million neonatal deaths: when? where? why? Lancet 2005;365:891-900.
5. Lawn JE, Cousens S, Darmstadt GL, Bhutta ZA, Martines J, Paul et al. One year after The Lancet Neonatal Survival Series-was the call for action heard? Lancet 2006; 367:1541-7.
6. Stoll BJ. Neonatal Infections: a global perspective. In: Remington JS, Klein Jo,eds. Infectious diseases of fetus and the newborn infant. 5th edn .Philadelphia:WB Saunders Company,2001.p.1371-1418.
7. Bryce J, Boschi-Pinto C, Shibuya K, Black RE; WHO child heath epidemiology Reference Group. WHO estimates of the causes of death in children. Lancet 2005;365:1147-52
8. Report 2002-2003.National Neonatal Perinatal Database Network. New Delhi National Neonatology Forum of India, 2004.
9. Srivastava SP, Kumar A, Kumar ojha A. Verbal Autopsy determined causes of neonatal deaths: Indian Pediatrics 2001;38:1022-5.
10. Singhal YD. Neonatal mortality and morbidity in ICDS urban slum, Indian Pediatr 1990;27:485-8.
11. Ahmed AS, Chowdhury MA, Hoque M, Darmstadt GL. Clinical and Bacteriological Profile of Neonatal Septicemia in a Tertiary Level Pediatric Hospital in Bangladesh. Indian Pediatr.2002;39:1034-39
12. Mathur NB. Neonatal Sepsis. Indian Pediatr.1996;33:633-74
13. Aftab R, Iqbal I. Bacteriological Agents of Neonatal Sepsis in NICU at Nishtar Hospital, Multan. J coll Physicians Surg Pak.2006;16(3);216-9
14. Joshi SG, Ghole VS, Niphadkar KB. Neonatal Gram –negative Bacteremia. Indian J Pediatr.2000;67(1):27-32.
15. Clinical Laboratories Standards Institute. Performance Standards for antimicrobial disk susceptibility tests. Approved Standards, 11thed.CLSI document M2A12. CLSI, Wayne, PA:CLSI 2012.
16. Begum S,Baki MA, Kundu GK, Islam I,Kumar M, Haque A. Bacteriological profile of neonatal sepsis in a tertiary care hospital in Bangladesh. J Bangladesh CollPhysSurg 2012,30:66-70.
17. Khatna SP, Das AK, Chaterjee BD. Neonatal Septicemia. Ind J Pediatr 1986;53:509-14
18. Premlata DE, Koppad M, Halesh LH, Siddesh KC, Prakash N. The bacterial profile and antibiogram of neonatal septicemia in a tertiary care hospital. Int J of recent trends in Sc and technology; 2014:451-5
19. Karathikeyan G, Prem Kumar K. Neonatal sepsis. Staphylococcus aureus as the predominant pathogen. Indian J Pediatr.2001;68:715-7.
20. Mustafa M, Ahmed SL. Bacteriological Profile and Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns in Neonatal Septicemia in view of emerging drug resistance. J Med Allied Sci 2014;4(1):02-08.
21. Kaistha N, Mehta M, Singla N, Garg R, Chander J. Neonatal Septicemia isolates and resistance patterns in a tertiary care hospital of North Indian. J Infect DevCtries 2009;4:55-7.
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2018-03-21
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Tak S, Paliwal A, Jagrwal S. Bacteriological Profile and Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern in Community Acquired Neonatal Sepsis in Rajsamand – A Hospital Based Prospective Study. IABCR [Internet]. 21Mar.2018 [cited 22Jul.2018];4(1):78-0. Available from: https://iabcr.org/index.php/iabcr/article/view/273