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Table 3 Cases that required administration of additional topical antibiotic eye drops in addition to quinolone and cephem drugs to achieve a negative result for bacterial infection

From: Bacteriology of the conjunctiva in pre-cataract surgery patients with occluded nasolacrimal ducts and the operation outcomes in Japanese patients

Case # Bacterium species Sensitivity Additional antibiotic
1 CNS LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) ABK (S) DKB
2 CNS LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) ABK (S) ABK
3 CNS LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) ABK (S) ABK
4 MRSA LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) VCM (S) VCM
5 MRSA LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) VCM (S) VCM
6 MRSA Gram-negative bacilli LVFX (R) CEZ (R) GM (R) VCM (S) VCM
LVFX (S) CEZ (S) GM (S)
7 Corynebacterium Spp. Gram- negative bacilli LVFX (S) CEZ (S) GM (S) TOB
  1. CNS coagulase-negative Staphylococci
  2. MSSA methicillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus
  3. MRSA methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
  4. DKB: dibekacin0.3%; ABK; arbekacin0.5%; VCM; vancomycin; TOB: tobramycin