Some Microbial and Immunophysiological Parameter in Patients with Renal Failure

Abdalnabi J Abid, Rana Jalil


Background: Escherichia coli reported  to be the  most common  bacteria isolate from patients with renal failure, while Klebsilla pneumoniae. were found  to  be  the  second common isolated, followed  by Staphlococcus aureus.Also study explained an increased in levels of IL-17,FasL, ,creatinine,urea,.Objectives: To isolate  microorganisms  from  patients  with  renal failure, also to determined Immunphsiological  parameter  for patients.Methods:102 blood sample (61 male (59.8%) and 41female (40.1%)) , 150 urine sample for pateints  underogoing hemodialysis at industrial kidney unit in Marjan Teaching Hospital from November 2013 to June 2014.All sample were cultured on different media for full bacteriological identification . In addition blood samples were taken from patients for immunphysiological tests.Results:The most common gram negative bacterial isolates were Escherichiae coli (38.8%), followed Klebsiella pneumoniae (34.32%), Enterobacter spp (6.71%) and Pseudomonas aerogenosa (4.47%).The gram positive bacteria were Staphylococcus aureus (13.43%) and Staphylococcus epidermidis (2.24%).Also results explained an increased in levels of IL-17, Fas L, , creatinine , urea,

Keywords :IL17 , Fas-L , Bacteria ,S. creatinine ,B. urea

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