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Table 6 Antimicrobial susceptibility (percentage) of Enterobacteriaceae isolates causing bloodstream infection

From: Antimicrobial resistance predicts death in Tanzanian children with bloodstream infections: a prospective cohort study

Antimicrobial Klebsiella Salmonella E. coli Other* Total
  CA 19 HA 34 CA 27 HA 12 CA 24 HA 13 CA 9 HA 6 CA 79 HA 65
Ampicillin 0 0 52 33 4 15 11 33 20 12
Amoxicillin-clavulanate 53 62 70 67 75 31† 11 17 61 52
Cefuroxime 74 85 93 100 88 54† 56 50 82 78
Ceftazidime 79 85 96 100 88 46† 56 50 85 77
Cefotaxime 78 85 96 100 88 50† 56 67 84 80
Meropenem 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Gentamicin 53 53 74 67 71 54 33 50 63 55
Doxycycline 58 71 85 75 13 23 33 17 51 57
Co-trimoxazole 37 6† 52 33 13 23 22 50 33 18
Chloramphenicol 47 56 85 67 33 46 22 50 53 55
Ciprofloxacin 100 100 100 100 92 92 89 100 96 98
  1. CA, community-acquired infection; HA, hospital-acquired infection. *Other isolates include Enterobacter spp., (9), Pantoea spp. (2), Serratia marcescens (1), Shigella flexneri (1), Citrobacter freundii (1), Proteus mirabilis (1). † Statistically significant difference in susceptibility among hospital-acquired and community-acquired isolates, p < 0.05 by two-sided Fisher's exact test.