The most common causative agents of EC are Escherichia coli (60%) and Klebsiella pneumonia
The KQ element, a complex genetic region conferring transferable resistance to carbapenems, aminoglycosides, and fluoroquinolones in Klebsiella pneumonia
This became a reality in January 2017 when a woman with a PDRO Klebsiella pneumonia
contagion that had carbapenem resistance traveled from India to Reno, where she died in a Reno hospital.
coli isolates, 12 Klebsiella pneumonia
isolates) were tested for their antimicrobial susceptibilities by disc diffusion method according to CLSI 2017 guidelines and out of 32, 10 multidrug resistant isolates (06 E.
The zone of inhibition of the root extract was 1.87, 1.56, 1.50 and 1.90 cm whereas for the stem extract it was 1.69, 1.62, 1.20, 1.59 cm against Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia
, Enterococcus faecalis and Bacillus cereus respectively.
Also, studies had collaborated its usefulness in the treatment of many conditions like diabetes, hypertension, bacterial infections caused by germs like Staphylococcus aureus, and Klebsiella pneumonia
as well as worm infestation.
Figure 3: Antibiotic susceptibility according to the European Committee on Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing (EUCAST) clinical breakpoints of clinical Klebsiella pneumonia
On the other hand, Citrobacter species and Proteus species were resistant to two or three drugs while Klebsiella Pneumonia
revealed resistance to two drugs.
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The extract showed the activity of minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) = 1 mg/ml across almost all the bacteria studied except for Klebsiella pneumonia
and Serratia marcescens, which showed no activity.
Some of the microorganisms found included: Escherichia coli, which causes infections, meningitis and diarrhea; and Klebsiella pneumonia
, which is responsible for pneumonia.