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Table 2 Proportion of first-line antibiotics resistant bacteria in war-related post-traumatic osteomyelitis according to country of origin, 2006–2016

From: Post-traumatic osteomyelitis in Middle East war-wounded civilians: resistance to first-line antibiotics in selected bacteria over the decade 2006–2016

Organism Iraq Syria Yemen p Total
N a n (%) N a n (%) N a n (%) N a n (%)
3GC-REb 129 111 (86.0) 52 45 (86.5) 44 38 (86.3) .9 225 194 (86.2)
MRSAc 102 68 (66.6) 44 23 (52.2) 44 24 (54.5) .17 190 115 (60.5)
CRPAd 48 27 (56.2) 28 14 (50.0) 10 5 (50.0) .8 86 46 (53.4)
CRABe 13 4 (30.7) 6 4 (66.6) 1 1 (100.0) .2 20 9 (45.0)
  1. aNumber of isolates with susceptibility test result available for each type of bacteria
  2. bEnterobacteriaceae resistant to third-generation cephalosporin
  3. cS. aureus resistant to methicillin
  4. dP. aeruginosa resistant to ceftazidime
  5. eA. baumannii resistant to carbapenem