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Vulvovajinal Enfeksiyon Tanı Yöntemlerinin Karşılaştırılması Ve Predispozan Faktörlerin Etkilerinin İncelenmesi

Hilal Türkmen Albayrak, Alper Murat Albayrak, Ayfer Bakır, İdris Şahin
Published 2020 · Medicine

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Amac: Vulvovajinal enfeksiyonlara sebep olan en onemli mikrobiyal etkenler Candida turleri, Trichomonas vaginalis, Gardnerella vaginalis , enterobakteriler, stafilokoklar, enterokoklar ve B grubu streptokoklardir. Bu calismanin amaci vulvovajinal enfeksiyonlarin tanisinda kullanilan yontemleri karsilastirarak, enfeksiyon prevalansini ve predispozan faktorlerin etkilerini belirlemektir. Gerec ve Yontemler: Bu calismaya yaslari 18-60 arasinda degisen 300 kadin hasta dahil edildi. T. vaginalis, bakteriyel vajinoz ve Candida turleri tanilari icin direkt baki, Gram ve Giemsa boya, kultur yontemleri kullanildi. Bulgular: Hastalarin %35,3’unde bakteriyel vajinoz, %28,3’unde T. vaginalis , %28’inde Candida turleri saptandi. Bakteriyel vajinoz icin Gram boya yontemi referans test olarak alindiginda direkt bakinin duyarliligi %72,6, T. vaginalis icin direkt baki yontemi referans test olarak alindiginda Gram boyanin duyarliligi %95,3; Giemsa boyanin duyarliligi %68,2, Candida turleri icin kultur yontemi referans test olarak alindiginda direkt bakinin duyarliligi %42,9; Gram boyanin duyarliligi %60,7 olarak belirlenmistir. Ozgullukleri ise tum yontemler icin %100 olarak bulundu . C. albicans en fazla saptanan Candida turuydu. Korunma yontemi kullanmamanin T. vaginalis enfeksiyonu icin risk faktoru oldugu belirlendi. Sonuc: Vulvovajinal enfeksiyonlarin tanisinda tani yontemlerinin duyarlilik ve ozgullukleri dikkate alindiginda, hicbir testin tek basina yeterli olmadigini dusunmekteyiz. Hastaya ait epidemiyolojik ve klinik bulgularin yani sira, direkt baki, Gram boya ve kultur yontemlerinin bir arada uygulanmasinin daha guvenilir sonuc verecegi kanisindayiz.
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