Justification efficiency of the use antiseptic "oсtenisept®" suppuration in the treatment of epithelial coccygeal сourses


  • Олег Богданович Русак SHEI «Bukovinian State Medical University» 2 Teatralna squ., Chernivtsy, Ukraine, 58002, Ukraine




epithelial coccygeal courses, suppuration, staphylococcus aureus, antiseptic, contamination, perifocal tissue, "Octenisept®"


Aim: The work is devoted to the study of the species and population levels of microbial contamination in the purulent focus, perifocal tissue in patients with suppuration epithelial coccygeal courses (ECC) and use in treatment of the most effective antiseptic solution.

Methods: We analyzed the histories of 178 patients and treated with various forms of ECC that were hospitalized – 142 (79.78 %) men and 36 (20.22 %) women. In these patients conducted microbiological research that involved the study of species and quantitative composition of microflora in the wound exudate, perifocal tissue abscess and influence them with antiseptic solution. Microbiological study conducted bacteriological and mycological methods of isolation and identification of pure cultures of the pathogen to the genus and species. In order to study antibacterial activity of antiseptic "Octenisept»® in various aqueous dilutions used agar diffusion method on strains of microorganisms that are often met with festering ECC.

Result: Studies found that microorganisms constant purulent exudate in patients with suppuration ECC is St. aureus (71,2 %), often conditionally pathogenic Escherichia (28,7 %), St. epidermidis (12,1 %) and associations of microorganisms. For frequency dominance: St. aureus – 53,12 %, E. coli – 22,16 %, St. epidermidis – 9,22 %.

Сonclusion: 1. Constant purulent exudate microorganisms in patients with suppuration of ECC is Staphylococcus aureus, often conditionally pathogenic Escherichia, St. epidermidis. 2. Use antiseptic "Octenisept®" in the treatment of patients with suppuration ECC allows to significantly reduce microbial contamination in a wound, perifocal tissue and speed up the time of treatment of this pathology

Author Biography

Олег Богданович Русак, SHEI «Bukovinian State Medical University» 2 Teatralna squ., Chernivtsy, Ukraine, 58002

Associate professor, Candidate of Medical Sciences

Department of Surgery and Urology


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