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Hilton, E., Kolakowski, R., Singer, C. and Smith, M. (1997) Efficacy of Lactobacillus GG as a Diarrheal Preventative in Travelers. Journal of Traveled Medicine, 4, 41-43.

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  • TITLE: Antibiosis of Cefotaxime/Clindamycin and Lactobacillus acidophiluson Related Bacteria to Diabetic Foot Ulcer

    AUTHORS: M. P. Barrón González, Y. Quiñones-Gutiérrez

    KEYWORDS: Cefotaxime, Clindamycin, Lactobacillus acidophilus

    JOURNAL NAME: Food and Nutrition Sciences, Vol.9 No.4, April 18, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Diabetic foot complications are very common and represent a serious health problem in Mexico because of their high frequency, high costs and difficulties in handling. The treatment of choice to inhibit bacteria related to diabetic foot ulcer consists mainly of the use of cefotaxime however the problem with this treatment (antibiotics) is not always effective due to the pathophysiological condition of the patient, together with the resistance bacteria develop to the drugs. OMS has suggested the use of probiotics for research directed to the development of microbial interference therapies. This project used the Lyophilized conditioned medium with probiotics, extracellulars of probiotics, because there are reports in which wound healing in mice is observed employing probiotics. The objective of this study was to evaluate the biological activity of cefotaxime, clindamycin and thelyophilized conditioned media Lactobacillus acidophilus (LCMLa) on bacterias isolated from diabetic foot ulcer, this bioassay was performed by the turbidimetric method. The macroscopic analysis of the colonies was carried out and the morphological analysis of the bacteria was carried out using the atomic force microscope; in addition, the type of Gram and oxygen requirements for its growth were determined. From the diabetic foot ulcers, three strains were isolated, of which strain 1 and 3 whose morphology corresponds to a bacillus, was susceptible to cefotaxime and to the lyophilized conditioned medium of L. acidophilus. The potential of microbial interference that exhibits L. acidophilus on bacteria related to diabetic foot ulcer is demonstrated.