Foot Ulcer is one of the leading causes of hospitalization among diabetic patients. The present study observed the microbiological profile of Diabetic Foot with special emphasis to the antimicrobial sensitivity pattern. Samples were collected for microbiological analysis and the antimicrobial sensitivity test was performed against the commonly used antibiotics. This study observed the predominance of monomicrobial gram-negative bacteria than gram-positive bacteria. The isolated bacteria showed differential sensitivity pattern against commonly used antibiotics.
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Author Name: PAMPITA CHAKRABORTY, SUKUMAR MUKHERJEE
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Keywords: Antibiotic resistant, Diabetic foot ulcer, Resistant bacteria, Sensitivity pattern.