Isolation and Identification the bacterial causes agent of otitis media in patients with otitis media in AL-Hawija city

Abstract

The study includes (204) samples of Olitis media patient to the ENT department in Al-Haweeja hospital of the period (Nov. 2008-March 2009) .Their ages were (1-70) years. Males constituted 61.3 % of 125 subjects of infects subjects while female were 38.7 % of 79 infected subjects.The results of the bacterial growth showed that 156 samples of isolates (80.4 %) were positive and 8 samples (4 %) were mixed while there were ungrown samples (19.6 %). Isolates samples were examined by physical microscopically and Api. The infectious bacteria that appeared are: pseudomonas aeruginosa, (46.1 %) , Staphylococcus aureus (17.9%), and proteus mirabilis (11.5.%), streptococcus pyogenis (7%), Klebsiella pneunoniae, (6.4%), E. Coli (6%), while Staphylococcus Epidermerdis (5.1%).Many effective factors were studied regarding the spread of Ottias media like age, sex, region, level of educations. The infections were distributed on the 12 months with clinical symptoms the subject suffered from.The high level of infections were on first group (below 18), the rate 57.8 %. The rate of infections of those who live in the city was 71.6 % and 66.2 % of uneducated persons. The monthly infections was in their highest level in January with the rate 40.2 . Ottorrean unilateral was one-sided with the rate 79.4% with the clinical symptoms accompanied with the Otties media. The isolates were tested for antibiotic sensitivity using eight antibiotics. All isolates showed a high resistance against Ampicilin whereas most of the isolates were sensitive to Ciprofloxacin.