Studying the Effect of Some Physiological Factors and Some Antibiotics on Bacteria Isolated from Urinary Tract Infections
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This research included a study of some physiological factors and their impact on the bacteria that cause urinary tract infections, as well as a study of the effect of some antibiotics on these bacteria, as this disease is considered one of the most serious health problems facing large numbers of people annually. One hundred twenty individuals were suspected of having a urinary tract infection. Among the auditors to the health centers and Salah al-Din General Hospital, the samples were of different ages and for both sexes. The infection was diagnosed by examining urine in a laboratory. An examination of the drug sensitivity of the samples was conducted. , While the blood groups were determined using the antiserum, where 32 samples belonging to the genus Escherichia coli were diagnosed, 20 samples belonged to the genus Staphylococcus, and 18 samples belonged to the genus Streptococcus, the genus Proteus, the genus Klebsiella, and the genus Enterobacter, while only two samples belong to the genus Candida albicans and two samples It belongs to the genus Aeromonas.