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Table 2 Susceptibility of S. pneumoniae Isolates to Antimicrobial Agents

From: An alarmingly high nasal carriage rate of Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 19F non-susceptible to multiple beta-lactam antimicrobials among Vietnamese children

  Susceptible Non-susceptible
Penicillin parenteral (non-meningitis) 242 (82.0%) 53 (18.0%)
Penicillin parenteral (meningitis) 10 (3.4%) 285 (96.6%)
Penicillin (oral penicillin) 10 (3.4%) 285 (96.6%)
Amoxicillin (non-meningitis) 226 (76.6%) 69 (23.4%)
Amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (non-meningitis) 258 (87.5%) 37 (12.5%)
Cefaclor 38 (12.9%) 257 (87.1%)
Cefuroxime (oral) 90 (30.5%) 205 (69.5%)
Cefotaxime (non-meningitis) 219 (74.2%) 76 (25.8%)
Cefotaxime (meningitis) 139 (47.1%) 156 (52.9%)
Cefepime (non-meningitis) 220 (74.6%) 75 (25.4%)
Cefepime (meningitis) 100 (33.9%) 195 (66.1%)
Imipenem 85 (28.8%) 210 (71.2%)
Meropenem 72 (24.4%) 223 (75.6%)
Erythromycin 38 (12.9%) 257 (87.1%)
Azithromycin 32 (10.8%) 263 (89.2%)
Clarithromycin 41 (13.9%) 254 (86.1%)
Clindamycin 52 (17.6%) 243 (82.4%)
Tetracycline 32 (10.8%) 263 (89.2%)
Chloramphenicol 166 (56.3%) 129 (43.7%)
Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole 26 (8.8%) 269 (91.2%)
Ofloxacin 226 (76.6%) 69 (23.4%)
Rifampicin 293 (99.3%) 2 (0.7%)
Vancomycin 295 (100%)