In vitro study of Antimicrobial susceptibility pattern in Salmonella Typhi with special emphasis on Azithromycin

Typhoid fever is major public health problem in India. The incidence of multidrug resistant typhoid fever is increasing alarmingly and the most commonly found strains responsible, are that of Salmonella Typhi. This study was planned to determine the antimicrobial susceptibility pattern in Salmonella Typhi, especially of Azithromycin as it is a commonly prescribed drug for treatment of multidrug resistant typhoid fever.

Author(s): Shivangi Garg

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