The study included isolating and diagnosing A.baumannii from various clinical cases, testing the sensitivity of bacterial isolates to a group of commonly used antibiotics in hospitals, Phenotypic phenotypic detection of certain biofilim biomarkers, capsule capsules, the formation of pllicleformation, The case for Protease protein.
The results showed that A. baumannii was more susceptible to pneumonia, A. baumannii isolates showed a bioavilm formation rate of 83.33%, the percentage of isolates of the capsule 91.66% and the composition of the pllicle formation 41.33% Protease 25%.
The researcher recommended abstaining from the indiscriminate use of antibiotics that cause resistance to bacteria, and conducting several studies on antibacterial resistance to antibiotics, especially anti-betelactam and carbenzyme, and identifying genes responsible for B-Lactamase and Metallo-B-Lactamase genes.
A master's thesis at the University of Kirkuk discusses the bacteriology and molecular biology isolated from different clinical models
A master's thesis at the Faculty of Science at the University of Kirkuk discussed a bacteriological and molecular study of Acinetobacter baumannii isolates from different clinical models in Kirkuk governorate hospitals by researcher Osama Emad Ibrahim.