Suresh A, Shijila Rani AS, Babu S, Anbukumaran A, Ambikapathy V and Panneerselvam A
The urinary tract infections one of the important microbial infection which affecting the different age group of people. The analysis of antibacterial activity of commercial antibiotics against urinary tract infections of bacteria were determined. In the five UTI samples were collected from Thanjavur medical college and hospital, Thanjavur and isolated bacteria identified by using biochemical test and morphological observation were performed. The bacterial species isolated from urine samples were Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumonia, Proteus
sp and Staphylococcus aureus
was 5, 6, 8, 2 and 6 colonies recorded from the patients respectively. The antibiotic sensitivity of zenobiotic antibiotics like A-Ampicillin, S- Streptomycin, P- Penicillin, C- Chloramphenicol, E-Erythromycin, CIP- Ciprofloxacin, G- Gentamycin, and PB- Polymyxin-B against UTI bacteria were performed respectively. The maximum zone of inhibition of bacteria Pseudomonas sp, followed by E. coli, Proteus
sp, K. pneumoniae
and Staphylococcus aureus
was observed and minimum zone of inhibition of bacteria K. pneumoniae
recorded respectively. The important of zenobiotic antibiotics showed maximum antibacterial properties from urinary tract infections patients and detect the effectiveness of antibiotics against bacteria.
Suresh A, Shijila Rani AS, Babu S, Anbukumaran A, Ambikapathy V and Panneerselvam A. Effect of xenobiotic antibiotics against UTI microbes. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(1):144-145.