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Summary

Out of 402 skin, nasal and ear swabs, 90 (22.48%) isolates were identified as Staphylococcus intermedius (S. intermedius). Of the 90 isolates, 14.83% (8/54), 48.28% (42/87), 4.37% (8/183) and 41.03% (32/78) were obtained from out patient cats, out patient dogs, and hospitalized cats and dogs, respectively. The 90 S. intermedius isolates from hospitalized and outpatient dogs and cats were typed using antibiogramer and gave 28 profiles. It was concluded that the occurrence of S. intermedius is more common on outpatient than hospitalised dogs and cats and the anti-biogram profiles could be useful for typing but plasmids profiles are of a very limited value.

 
 
   
 
 

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