Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamase Secreting Shigella Spp Strains Isolated From a Senegalese Child with Trisomy 21

Mba Elhadji Bambo Diakhaby, Abou Ba, Omar Gueye, Daouda Ndour, Saliou Diouf, Coumba Toure Kane

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ABSTRACT
Shighella spp is a Gram-negative bacillus belonging to the Enterobacteriaceae family. It is most often responsible for diarrhoea in children under 5 years of age and also in adults. The uncontrolled use of antibiotics has led to the development of resistant strains that pose a threat to public health. This resistance of strains associated with genetic diseases such as trisomy 21 can cause huge management problems. This report relates the first case of sighellosis in Senegal with multi-resistant Shigella spp in a child with trisomy 21.

RÉSUMÉ
Shighella spp est un bacille gram négatif de la famille des entérobactéries. Il provoque le plus souvent des diarrhées chez l'enfant de moins de cinq ans et chez les adultes. L’usage incontrôlé des antibiotiques est à l’origine du développement de souches résistantes qui posent déjà un problème santé publique. Ces souches résistantes posent encore plus de problèmes de prise en charge chez les sujets avec des troubles g anomalies génétiques ou chromosomiques. Nous reportons le premier cas de shigelose spp mulirésistante chez un enfant sénégalais trisomique.

Keywords


Shigella spp, ESBL, resistant strain, Trisomy 21

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