De la Cruz Lopez Maria Margarita, Lopez Luna Maroa Argelia, Nava Maldonado Flavio Manuel, Noemi Gaytán Pacheco, Infante Espinoza Margarita Maria and Flores de la Torre Juan Armando
The problem of antimicrobial resistance has led Health Services take to stop population from self-medicating. The use of antibiotics to trigger a possible mutation of the most common bacteria of which the human being has contact, so it is important to evaluate the consequences. The present study was to evaluate the antibacterial sensitivity necessary to determine the antibiotic to be prescribed; were analyzed cultures of 48 patients who already referred symptoms were used between hospital inpatients and outpatients, of different sex and age ranges groups. The biological samples were vaginal exudates and urine cultures. The results reports indicate that resistance predominates over sensitivity, a fact that must draw attention to taking decisive measures in this regard.