Pneumonia is an increasingly common disease in the elderly due to an aging population. In this study the prevalence of Streptococcus pneumonia (34%), which causes pneumonia amongst other organism that, causes pneumonia. The antibiotics sensitivity pattern was 25mm for ciprofloxacin and 20mm for CeftolozaneTazobactam. Several models have been postulated to predict severity assessment and prognosis in older patients. Other organism isolated were Klebsiella pneumonia and Staphylococcus aureus at us (36%), and (30%) respectively.
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
Table 1: Table listing the Gram positive, Gram negative organism and fungi present in sputum. Table 2: Showing the result of gram staining charascter on microscope. Table 3: Showing the result for biochemical test culture characteristics inclusive. Table 4: Result and Description from Various Patients Sputum Cultured Of Elderly Population from the Three Hospital. Table 5: The age range and those affected. Table 6: Showing the result of the antibiotics test. Table 7: Abbreviation and meaning of all antibiotics used.
Figure 1: A Graph showing the rate of frequency distribution of organism on different patient sputum isolated. Figure 2: Streptococcus pneumonia showing a α- heamolysis on blood agar Figure 3: Klebsiella pneumonia growing in blood agar Figure 4: Streptococcus pneumonia growth on chocolate agar. Figure 5: showing growth of Staphylococcus aureus on Nutrient agar.