Pharmaceutical allergy pattern for antibacterial of some specified species of bacterial which diagnosed by vitek-2 technology isolated from the infection of the yolk sac in the meat breeders in Al-Diwaniyah
For the first time in Iraq, the study was used electronic vitek-2 apparatus for detection some bacteria that were isolated from omphalitis cases of broiler chicks of meat breeders in AL-Diwaniyah city. Thirty swaps were taken from thirty of meat broiler chicks infected by yolk sac infection or omphalitis then the samples tested biochemical tests by use electronic vitek-2 apparatus after culture all the isolates on media. E.coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Enterococcus faceuim were recorded by our study from the samples with percentages (60%), (23.3%) and (16.6%) respectively; then the antibiotics sensitivity test has done for all the isolates where the antibiotics that have more effect were trimethoprim(TR)(5MG), Amikacin(AK)(30mg) and Tetracycline(TE)(30mg) respectively. E.coli was prevalent from other bacteria, the subject was required more studies about all aspects like pathological, molecular, and immunological
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