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Tuberculosis Peritonitis Patient with Septic Shock caused by Extended–Spectrum Beta Lactamases Producing Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
The Indonesian Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Digestive Endoscopy
According to World Health Organization (WHO), tuberculosis (TB) is a worldwide pandemic. Up to 5% of patients with TB may have abdominal disease and 25-60% may have peritoneal involvement. Diagnosis of TB peritonitis is still challenging, and symptoms are usually insidious. The sensitivity of acid fast bacilli (AFB) is very low, ranging from 0-6%. Conventional mycobacterial culture takes up to 8 weeks to achieve results. Laparoscopic or laparotomy biopsy is uncomfortable for patient. Thedoi:10.24871/1532014186-190 fatcat:ztxtpq2o4ne2bea2ny7a6bjwzi