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Table 5 Antibiotics resistance patterns of non- Enterobacteriaceae group at HUCSH, Southern Ethiopia

From: The burden of antimicrobial resistance at tertiary care hospital, southern Ethiopia: a three years’ retrospective study

Antibiotics Pseudomonas spp (47) Acinetobacter spp (18) N. gonorrhoea (3) N. meningitis (4) Total
  R (%) R (%) R (%) R (%) R (%)
Amp 23(92) 15(88.2) NR ND 39(92.9)
Gen 22(55.2) 11(84.6) NR ND 33(62.2)
CRP 14(32.6) 9(56.2) 2(100) 2(50) 27(41.5)
CTR 23(67.6) 10(76.9) 2(66.7) 1(100) 38(71.7)
CAZ 10(47.6) 3(75) 1(100) 1(100) 15(55.6)
NOR 3(25) 3(60) NR ND 7(41.2)
AUG 24(85.7) 11(78.6) NR 1(100) 36(83.7)
COT 15(88.2) 10(100) NR 1(50) 27(93.1)
CAF 14(70) 10(83.3) NR 2(100) 26(76.5)
MER 2(50) 2(50) NR ND 4(50)
TAT 3(100) 2(100) ND NR 5(100)
  1. ND-not done, NR-not recommended, ampicillin (AMP)(10 μg), gentamicin-Gen(10 μg), ciprofloxacin-CRP(5 μg), ceftriaxone-CRT(30 μg), ceftazidime-CAZ(30 μg), norfloxacin-NOR)(10 μg), nitrofurantoin-NIT(300 μg), augmentin-AUG(20/10 μg), cotrimoxazole-COT(1.25/23.75 μg), chloramphenicol-CAF(30 μg), meropenem-MER(10 μg), tetracycline-TAT(30 μg).