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Table 2 Antimicrobial resistances to 14 antimicrobial agents of the 146 E. coli strains

From: Antibacterial resistances in uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women: ECO·SENS II data from primary health care in Austria

Antimicrobial agent % (95% CI) (N = 146*)
Mecillinam 0.00 (0.00 - 2.49) (n = 0)
Ampicillin 28.77 (21.58 – 36.83) (n = 42)
Amoxicillin/clavulanic acid 8.90 (4.83 – 14.74) (n = 13)
Trimethoprim 15.75 (10.26 - 22.69) (n = 23)
Sulphamethoxazole 21.23 (14.91 – 28.76) (n = 31)
Trimethoprim/Sulphamethoxazole 14.38 (9.13 – 21.14) (n = 21)
Nalidixic acid 9.59 (5.34 – 15.57) (n = 14)
Nitrofurantoin 0.68 (0.02 – 3.76) (n = 1)
Ciprofloxacin 4.11 (1.52 – 8.73) (n = 6)
Gentamicin 1.37 (0.17 – 4.86) (n = 2)
Fosfomycin trometamol 0.68 (0.2 – 3.76) (n = 1)
Cefadroxil 4.11 (1.52 – 8.73) (n = 6)
Cefotaxime 2.74 (0.75 – 6.87) (n = 4)
Ceftazidime 2.74 (0.75 – 6.87) (n = 4)
  1. Since there are resistances against more than one antibiotic the sum of the absolute numbers exceeds 146.
  2. * The antimicrobial resistance result of one isolate is missing.