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임상검사물에서의 용혈성 연쇄구균 분리에 관한 점토

Isolation of β-hemolytic Streptococcus from Clinical Specimens

대한병리학회지 1977년 11권 2호 p.127 ~ 132
송경순, 최성희, 김선구,
소속 상세정보
송경순 (  ) - 연세대학교 의과대학 임상병리과
최성희 (  ) - 연세대학교 의과대학 임상병리과
김선구 (  ) - 연세대학교 의과대학 임상병리과

Abstract


The streptococcal infections have become less frequent and less potent compared to
those in the era of preantibiotics, but they still remain to be important in our clinical
medicine as some of them result in rheumatic fever or acute glomerulonephritis.
Appropriate bacterioogical studies would be of great value to aid the diagnosis, to guide
the therapy and to prevent the sequelae.
This paper will present some of the bacteriological studies related to streptococcal
strains isolated from clinical materials at Yonsei Medical Center during the period of
January 1976 to February 1977.
1. A total of 102 strains of group A was isolated. Specimens most frequently yielded
group A streptococcus were pub, 43 or 42.2%, and throat culture, 24 or 23.5%. Blood
culture yielded 8 or 7.8% and spinal fluid 2 or 2%.
2. As to the age group there were no particular relationship except for a decreasing
frequency after the age of 40.
3. Isolation by month showed that group A streptococcus were most frequently isolated
during the months of January to March, and August to November.
4. Excluding enterococci, there were a total of 117 bacitracin resistant strains; and
these were presumptively identified as other than group A. Among these, 42 isolates
were tested by capillary precipitation method to identify 6 of group A, 1 of B, 2 of C
and 2 of G.
5. Some of the patients who yielded streptococcus other than group A had underlying
diseases which were assumed to be the cause of the infections.
6. When streptococcus other than group A were isolated from either throat or sputum,
only in a few patients those streptococci were predominant organisms; and it was hard
to assume them as the causative organisms in rest of the patients.

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