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Table 4 Profile of multidrug resistant enterococci isolates at the UoGTH, February 28, 2014 to May 1, 2014

From: Isolation of enterococci, their antimicrobial susceptibility patterns and associated factors among patients attending at the University of Gondar Teaching Hospital

Resistance rate Combination of antibiotics No. (%) of isolates tested
R5 TE, E, DOXY, CIP, CAF 1
R5 TE, E, DOXY, CIP, VAN 1
R6 E, CIP, CAF, AMP, P, AMC 1
R7 TE, E, CIP, CAF, AMP, P, AMC 1
R8 TE, E, DOXY, CIP, CAF, AMP, P, AMC 5
R8 TE, E, DOXY, CAF, AMP, P, AMC, VAN 1
R9 TE, E, DOXY, CIP, CAF, AMP, P, AMC, VAN 8
Total   18
  1. Key; E erythromycin, TE tetracycline, AMP ampicillin, P penicillin, AMC amoxicillin/clavuanic acid, CAF chloramphenicol, CIP ciprofloxacin, DOXY doxycycline, VAN Vancomycin, R Resistance.R2-R9 Number of antibiotics resistance from 2 to 9, respectively. MDR organisms resistant to >2 antibiotics