Perbandingan Profil Bakteriuria Asimtomik pada Wanita Hamil dan Wanita Tidak Hamil di RSUP Haji Adam Malik Medan
Nasution, Listanti Nisa
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Background: Pregnancy is a predisposing factor for the occurrence of urinary tract infections. Pregnant women who suffer from this disorder are faced with dangerous risks that may affect the well-being of the fetus and the mother's condition. Asymptomatic bacteriuria is a situation where ≥ 100,000 was found that bacteria with the same species per milliliter of urine without causing symptoms of urinary tract infection in these patients. Objective: To determine differences in patterns of antimicrobial resistance In Asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women and non-pregnant women in the department of human rights. Methods and materials: This study was an observational study with cross-sectional method , conducted at the Department of Clinical Pathology department of human rights in cooperation with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology clinic pregnant women in July s / d in October 2012, the number of subjects were 92 patients road. Test urinalisa examination found nitrite (+) leukocytes> 10/lpb, urine culture with CLED Agar, Gram stain, identification by API 20E, Catalase Test, Test and Test coagulase MSA, Antimicrobial Sensitivity Test, Sensitivity Test, Antimicrobial Resistance Patterns. Results: In pregnant women found Citrobacter freundii (35%), in the 26-30 age group (67.4%), undergraduate education group (28.2%), group work IRT (7.9%), income group <3 million (97.8%). While the woman is not pregnant Escherichia coli (26.1), age group 26-30 years, (56.6%), high school education (52.2%), group work IRT (91.3%), income group (91.3%). Conclusion: From the results of this study can be seen there are differences in resistance patterns in bacteria and pattern of asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women and non pregnant women.