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Year : 1992  |  Volume : 10  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 185-188

Bacteriology Of Non-Specific Vaginitis With Special Reference To Gardnerella Vaginalis

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Sarika Duggal

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Vaginal Swabs from 200 patients of nonspecific vaginitis (NSV) and 50 age matched controls were investigated Gardenerella Vaginalis was isolated in 36.5 cases of NSV and 8% controls. Quantitatively the growth was 3+or4+ on HBT medium in NSV and 1 + or 2 + In control group. Other aerobic organisms isolated in NSV epidermidis (11.5%). Amongst the controls the commonest aerobes were Staph albus and Esch. Coli 22% and 16% respectively. Isolated strains of G. Varinalis were most sensitive to Amplicillin (77.92%) followed by Kanamycin (54.55$) and metronidazole (44.16%).


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