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Table 4 Antimicrobial susceptibility pattern of Gram negative bacterial isolates of external ocular infections at University of Gondar hospital, Northwest Ethiopia, 2016

From: Bacterial pathogens associated with external ocular infections alongside eminent proportion of multidrug resistant isolates at the University of Gondar Hospital, northwest Ethiopia

Antimicrobials Gram negative bacteria S, or R, n (%)
Klebsiella spp. (n = 9) E. coli
(n = 6)
Entrobacter
spp. (n = 3)
Seratia spp. (n = 2) Proteus spp. (n = 2) Citrobacter spp. (n = 1) Total (n = 23)
S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%) S (%) R (%)
SXT 6(66.7) 3(33.3) 6(100) 0 2(66.7) 1(33.3) 1(50) 1(50) 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 18(78.3) 5(21.7)
TE 6(66.7) 3(33.3) 4(66.7) 2(33.3) 1(33.3) 2(66.7) 2(100) 0 1(50) 1(50) 1(100) 0 15(65.2) 8(34.8)
CAZ 5(55.6 4(44.4) 5(83.3) 1(16.7) 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 18(78.3) 5(21.7)
C 5(55.6) 4(44.4) 4(66.7) 2(33.3) 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(50) 1(50) 1(100) 0 16(69.6) 7(30.4)
CIP 7(77.8) 2(22.2) 5(83.3) 1(16.7) 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 20(87.0) 3(13)
CXT 7(77.8) 2(22.2) 5(83.3) 1(16.7) 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 20(87.0) 3(13)
CRO 6(66.7) 3(33.3) 5(83.3) 1(16.7) 2(66.7) 1(33.3) 1(50) 1(50) 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 17(73.9) 6(26.1)
CFP 7(77.8) 2(22.2) 6(100) 0 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 21(91.3) 2(8.7)
CN 6(66.7) 3(33.3) 4(66.7) 2(33.3) 3(100) 0 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 18(78.3) 5(21.7)
AMP 0 9(100) 3(50) 3(50) 2 (66.7) 1(33.3) 2(100) 0 2 (100) 0 1(100)   10(43.5) 13(56.5)
AML 0 9(100) 3(50) 3(50) 2(66.7) 1(33.3) 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 10(43.5) 13(56.5)
AMC 8(88.9) 1(11.1) 5(83.3) 1(16.7) 2(66.7) 1(33.3) 2(100) 0 2(100) 0 1(100) 0 20(87.0) 3(13.0)
  1. SXT cotrimoxazole, TE Tetracycline, CAZ ceftazidime, C Chloramphenicol, CIP Ciprofloxicin, CXT cefoxitin, CRO Ceftriaxone, CFP cefepime, CN Gentamicin, AMP Ampcillin, AML amoxicilline, AMCAmoxicillin-clavulanate