Corneal Infection Therapy with Topical Bacteriophage Administration

Ali Fadlallah*, 1, 3, Elias Chelala4, Jean-Marc Legeais2, 3
1 Pierre et Marie Curie University, Sorbonne Universities, Paris, France
2 Paris Descartes University, Paris, France
3 Hôtel Dieu de Paris Hospital, Paris, France
4 Saint-Joseph university, Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon

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Staphylococcus aureus is a major pathogen in bacterial keratitis, a vision-threatening disease. Although the incidence of S. aureus keratitis varies worldwide, the increasing trend of resistance to certain antibiotics makes this condition an important, global, healthcare concern. We report the case of a 65-year-old woman with nosocomial left-eye corneal abscess and interstitial keratitis.The patient then undergo topical Phage therapy with successful results.

Keywords: VRSA, Interstitial Keratitis, phage therapy.