A STUDY ON TRADITIONAL DICOTS AS COMBAT TO WOUND MICROBIAL CLUSTERSAbstract
Antibiotic resistance emergence, as well as the Darwinism of up to the minute strains of ailment generating agents, is of grave concern to the global health community. Sustainable therapeutics of an ailment entails the amalgamation of contemporary pharmaceuticals or some potential prospective of novel drugs. Customarily employed medicative plants of Gopalganj community could be an enticing of drugs to fight this problem. This study is targeted at a reconnaissance of the antimicrobial properties of the plants that are customarily being used as traditional health implementation. The antimicrobial potential of five different plant extracts was screened against three pathogenic microorganisms, which were isolated from typical non-healing wounds of patients of Gopalganj district hospital. The microorganisms chosen to evaluate for antimicrobial activity were Proteus mirabilis, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Staphylococcus aureus. The favorable activity was shown by the extracts of Tridex procumbens L. was found to highest with zone of Inhibitions reaching to 18 mm, 19 mm and 20 they were nearly around the zone of inhibitions of positive control.