Vol. 7, Special Issue 4 (2018)
Study of Enterobacteria responsible to cause diarrhea in large animal and its drug resistance pattern
Author(s): Prerit Kumar Singh, RP Diwakar, Aprajita Johri and Rajesh Kumar
Abstract: Study was conducted to know the association of enterobacteria which are responsible to cause diarrhea in large animals. A total 100 fecal samples were collected in different age groups, which are come in different areas of eastern region of utter-Pradesh. Overall 132 isolates were recovered only out of which, 82 isolates belonged to E. coli, 29 isolates belong to Pseudomonas spp., 13 to Shigella species and only 08 to Edwardsiella species. Most prominent are E. coli. A considerable variation pattern was observed in the susceptibility patterns of different organisms isolated from diarrheic large animals against various chemotherapeutic agents tested. Antibiotics viz. Gentamicin was showing highest sensitivity drug followed by Tetracycline, Streptomycin, Chloramphenicol, Ampicillin, Ciprofloxacine and Cloxacilin was showing resistant in all microorganism associated with diarrhea.
How to cite this article:
Prerit Kumar Singh, RP Diwakar, Aprajita Johri and Rajesh Kumar. Study of Enterobacteria responsible to cause diarrhea in large animal and its drug resistance pattern. 2018; 7(4S): 53-56.