The Prevalence Of Streptococcus Pneumonia In Pneumonia Patients In Enugu Metropoli A Case Study Of Unth Enugu.

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The Prevalence Of Streptococcus Pneumonia In Pneumonia Patients In Enugu Metropoli A Case Study Of Unth Enugu.

Pneumonia Patients
ABSTRACT
The prevalence of streptococcus pneumonia in pneumonia patients using university of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH) Enugu as a case study was carried out based on the fact of the pneumonia is one of the commonest afflictions of the aged people and children worldwide. A total of 50 samples were collected. 12 (24%) of the sample were from sputum while 38 (76%) were from nasopharyned swabs from children who can not produce sputum using sterilized disposable swab sticks. 12 (24%) of the patients were adults and 38 (76%) were children under the age of the. 29 (58%) of the patients were made while 21 (42%) were female. The media used for isolation of bacteria were blood agar and chocolate agar plates. This was followed by their appropriate biochemical tests  5 different organisms were isolated. They streptococcus pneumonia’s 13 (26%) staphylococcus 17 (34%) streptococcus viridian’s 3(6%) other staphylococcus species 6(12%) mixed growth of staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus specie 1(2%) and non –significant growth of staphylococci and streptococci 10(20%). This study shows that the frequency of staphylococcus aureus is prater than streptococcus pneumonia’s which was earlier regarded as the most common pathogen that cause pneumonia.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Certification
Dedication
Acknowledgement
Abstract
Table of content
Lists of table
List of figures
 CHAPTER ONE 
1.0Introduction
1.1Pathophysiology of bacterial pneumonia
1.2Classification of pneumonia
1.3Causes of pneumonia
1.4Justification
1.5Aims and objective
1.6Hypothesis
1.7Statement of problem
1.8Diagnosis
CHAPTER TWO 
2.0Litterateur review
2.1Epidemiology of pneumonia
2.2 Actiologic Agents of pneumonia
2.3Pathogenesis
2.4Mode of Transmission
2.5Risk group
2.6 mortality morbidity
2.7Symptoms of pneumonia
2.8Treatment / management
2.9prevention
 CHAPTER THREE 
3.0Materials and Method
3.1Material
3.2Collection of Samples
3.3Method of Sample Analysis
3.4Biochemical test to identify bacteria
3.5Antimicrobial susceptibility test
CHAPTER FOUR 
4.0 result
4.1 Sources of  sample and type of bacteria isolated
4.2Age and sex distribution
 CHAPTER FIVE 
5.0Discussion conclusion
5.1Discussion
5.2conclusion
5.3Recommendation
REFERENCES
APPENDIX 1
APPENDIX II

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