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The current study have been included 250 samples diabetic foot ulcer patients attending in Al-Diwaniyah Teaching Hospital and private clinics at a period of study from beginning October 2021 to February 2022, Isolates were identified by morphological form on blood agar and macConkey agar, traditional biochemical tests and then confirmed by Vitek 2 system. The result of bacterial culture have been recorded that only 80 samples had positive result to P. mirabilis formed (32%) of this result. Prevalence of P. mirabilis isolates in male more than female (34.78%) and (28.57%) respectively, after then were determination of antibiotics susceptibility pattern of recovered isolates. The isolates showed that (100%) were resistant to penicillin G, ( 85%) Cephalexin , (75%) Cefotaxime, (100%) Ampicillin, (56.25%) Gentamycin, (35%) Amikacin,(100%) Amoxicillin / Clavulanic Acid, (58.75%) Chloramphenicol, (20%) Meropenem, (100%) Tetracycline, (22.5%) Imipenem, (83%) Streptomycin


Proteus mirabilis, diabetes foot ulcers, VITEK2, Antibiotics