Antibiotic Sensitivity of Haemophilus Influenzae
Consecutive sputum samples from over 1600 patients with chest conditions yielded the Haemophilus spp. which are the subject of this communication. 55% yielded significant organisms and 55% of these were Haemophilus spp. “Chronic chests” yielded 72% and “pneumonia”,“post-anaesthesia” and “paediatric” chests yielded 4%, 19% and 5% of our strains respectively.
KeywordsChronic Bronchitis HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE Sputum Sample Antibiotic Sensitivity Tetracycline Resistance
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