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Identification of negative Gram bacteria in diabetes mellitus gangrene at RSUD dr. Soedomo Trenggalek in 2019

  • hariyanto hariyanto STIKes Hutama Abdi Husada Tlungagung DIII Teknologi Laboratorium Medis
  • Nala Fidarotul Ulya STIKes Hutama Abdi Husada Tulungagung
Keywords: Diabetes Mellitus, Gangrene Bacteri, gram negative

Abstract

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disease due to an increase in blood glucose levels> normal. Gangrene diabetes is tissue death due to obstruction of blood vessels that provides nutrients to obstructed tissue and is a form of complications from diabetes mellitus. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is one of the causes of gangrene infection nosocomial opportunistic infections in humans. The purpose of this study was to determine the presence of gram-negative bacteria in the wounds of Gangrene Diabetes Mellitus. This research is a descriptive Non Analytic, conducted on April 15 to May 21 2019 in the Microbiology Laboratory of STIKes Hutama Abdi Husada Tulungagung. The study sample was all patients with Gangrene Diabetes Mellitus wound in RSUD dr. Soedomo Trenggalek, the sampling technique used was accidental sampling, obtained a sample of 4 Gangrene swabs. The study was conducted by identification of gram negative bacterial isolation. The results of the study were 4 samples, 2 were positive for Pseudomonas aeruginosa and 2 samples were positive for Proteus sp. Subsequent research results were analyzed descriptively. The conclusion of this research is that 100% positive gram negative bacterial Gangrene sores are found in Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Proteus sp.

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2020-04-30
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hariyanto, hariyanto, & Ulya, N. F. (2020). Identification of negative Gram bacteria in diabetes mellitus gangrene at RSUD dr. Soedomo Trenggalek in 2019. Medical Laboratory Analysis and Sciences Journal, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.35584/melysa.v1i2.34
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