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Urologiia (Moscow, Russia : 1999)

[Characteristics of microbiological diagnosis of chronic bacterial prostatitis].


PMID 21427995

Abstract

We made a microbiological study of the urine and prostatic secretion (Meares-Stamey test) of 35 patients with chronic bacterial prostatitis (CBP) aged 35-75 years. We conducted a bacterial assay, determined species, sensitivity to synthetic antibacterial fluoroquinolone drugs. A total of 163 bacterial strains were isolated, of them 13 were staphylococcal. Gram-negative bacteria were identified in the test biomaterial only in 16.6% cases. The analysis of staphylococcal sensitivity showed the highest antistaphylococcal effectiveness of levofloxacin and lomefloxacin. Our study confirms an essential role of staphylococcal bacteria in CBP etiology.

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