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Community Acquired Bacterial Ocular Pathogens And Their Antibiotic Resistance In Western India NJIRM
s: Background: Various type of ocular infections are responsible for increased prevalence of morbidity and blindness worldwide. Specific therapy of ocular infections often requires etiological diagnosis and antibiotic sensitivity profile for individual. Methodology: This study was conducted on 120 patients attending ophthalmology institute in tertiary care eye hospital. All patients were included consecutively after the initial clinical diagnosis of ocular infection. Brief clinical history andfatcat:cmpwb3crfnfb3hth7ifgyvf6k4