Avicenna Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infection

  • ISSN: 2383-0301 2383-0298
  • Email: editor@ajcmicrob.com
  • Journal Type: per-article | Frequency: quarterly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Avicenna Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infection
Avicenna Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infection: Nov 2017, 4 (4), 6 articles.
Research Article
31/8/2017
Humberto Guanche Garcell, Ariadna Villanueva Arias, Daritza C Rodriguez Olivares, Pedro A Chirino Acosta, Edel M Sanchez Redonet, Ramon N Alfonso Serrano
The current study aimed at describing the incidence, etiology of surgical site infections (SSI), and compliance with antibiotic prophylaxis in cesarean section during a 3.5 years period in a community hospital.Prospective data were collected to monitor the incidence of SSI and compliance with antibiotic prophylaxis in 450 ... read more
Research Article
30/11/2017
Mohammad Yousef Alikhani, Siamak Parsavash, Mohammad Reza Arabestani, Seyed Mostafa Hosseini
Many clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa exhibit antibiotic-resistance and it is the main cause of hospital infections.The current study aimed at evaluating the diversity of genes coding for antibiotic resistance in clinical and environmental isolates of P. aeruginosa in Hamadan, West of Iran.In the current cross sectional ... read more
Research Article
31/8/2017
Mehdi Kamali, Behnam Bakhshi, Ali Salimi, Ehsan Mohseni Fard, Mohammad Hasan Darvishi, Elahe Ehghaghi
Shigella dysenteriae are Gram-negative and non-sporulating bacteria that cause illness in epithelial tissue of the colon and rectum. According to a preliminary analysis, rare or no reports could introduce highly reliable and specific genes, primers, and probes for S. dysenteriae recognition. Thus, it is necessary to detect ... read more
Research Article
20/12/2017
Ebrahim Kazemi, Parvin Rostamkhani, Hossein Hooshyar
Intestinal parasites are one of the most important human infections in many tropical and sub-tropical areas.The aim of the present study was to determine the prevalence of intestinal parasites and their association with some demographic factors in patients referred to the Ghamar Bani Hashem hospital Khoy, West ... read more
Research Article
29/11/2017
Elizabeth Tomilayo Idowu, Mohammed Inuwa Ja’afaru, Adedayo Olajide Ajayi, Ayodele Akinterinwa
Bacteria are capable of developing resistance against the effect of antibacterial agents used in eliminating them from their typical environment. This should be monitored to ensure an economic practice while eliminating or preventing bacteria in an environment.The aim of this study was to isolate and identify environmental ... read more
Letter
29/11/2017
Masoud Keikha