Complex activity of led emission with antiseptic preparations containing disodiumed etate, on daily biofilms of Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical strains
The increase of localized purulent-inflammatory processes caused by gram-negative bacteria is marked lately and Pseudomonas aeruginosa plays an essential role among agents. Acquired resistance of clinical strains to existing drugs particularly associated with the formation of biofilms. The goal of the given investigation is the study of the effect of LED emission with antiseptic preparations containing disodium edetate, on daily biofilms of P.aeruginosa. The study of action LED emission of different wavelengths and antiseptic preparations containing disodium edetate on isolates P.aeruginosa. It was found that under the influence of LED emission of red, orange and green spectra on biofilms of P.aeruginosa isolates observed increase in the optical density and the activation of planktonic cells production. Under the influence of the blue and violet LED emission spectrum is suppressed as biofilm formation, as production of planktonic P.aeruginosa cells. It is proved that all LED emission spectra that were investigated, enhances the sensitivity of multi-drug resistant clinical strains of P. aeruginosa to the cationic antiseptics containing disodium edetate.