Criteria for Assessing the Degree of Colonization of Opportunistic Microflora of the Micrococcacea Family in Patients with Skin Diseases

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Mavlyanova Sh. Z., Mirzakulova Sh. N., Muminova S. R., Makhsudov M. R.

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To assess the state of the skin microbiota in patients with allergic skin diseases, 462 patients aged 7 to 48 years were examined. Of these, 200 (43.3%) patients were males and 262 (56.7%) were females. According to clinical nosology, 137 (34.2%) patients were diagnosed with atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis - 134 (33.4%), allergic dermatitis - 144 (31.2%) and rosacea - 47 (10.2%) . The results of microbiological studies showed that among 462 patients in 403 patients, an opportunistic microorganism of the Micrococaccea family - staphylococcus spp. was sown on the skin of lesions, which accounted for 87.2% of cases. According to species identification, st.aureus was most often sown - 44.4%, St. epidermidis - 32.7%, St. saprophyticus - 12.4% and St. Haemoliticus - 10.4%. An assessment of the colonization features of the staphylococcal flora was given and a positive correlation was established with the clinical course of dermatoses, which caused violations of the syndrome of colonization resistance of opportunistic microorganisms on the skin of patients.

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