Muhammad Nauraiz Zubair, Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim Shahzad, Dr Muhammad Subeeh Gulbaz
Klebsiella diseases are mainly caused by K. pneumoniae and K. oxytocic. These are skillful bacterial pathogens, linked to nosocomial contamination, e.g. urinary tract contamination, pneumonia and septicemia. Another destructive quality, quality A related to cystic fibrosis, has recently been distinguished. Our current research was conducted at Services Hospital, Lahore from March 2018 to February 2019. The current examination has been repeated to screen for Klebsiella pneumoniae disengaged from various clinical examples for proximity to the mag A quality. A total of 26 K. pneumoniae were separated from discharge swabs 2 (40%), 14 (70%) from pee tests and 13 (69%) from faces tests. A total of 8/28 (36%) K. pneumoniae demonstrated proximity to mag A quality. They showed a strong obstruction to imipenem (88%) followed by cefepime (67%), gentamycin (56%), the corrosive nalidixic (half), amikacin (43%), norfloxacin (42%) and ciprofloxacin (25%). They showed a high affectability towards ciprofloxacin (75%), followed by amikacin (58%), norfloxacin (58%), the corrosive nalidixic (half), gentamycin (48%), cefepime (37%) and imipenem (16%). key words: magA, clinical, Klebsiella Pneumonia.