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Table 4 Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns of Gram Positive Bacterial Isolates among Mekelle University Students with Symptomatic UTI, Northern Ethiopia, February–September 2017

From: Bacteriological profile, risk factors and antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of symptomatic urinary tract infection among students of Mekelle University, northern Ethiopia

Bacterial isolate(n)Antibiotics
AMPAMCCTRNXGENNITCIPCOTTEERYC
CoNS (17)S4(23.5)5(29.4)15(88.2)12(70.6)17(100)16(94.1)17(100)10(58.8)8(47.1)9(52.9)14(82.3)
I1(5.9)1(5.9)1(5.9)2(11.8)0(0.0)1(5.9)0(0.0)1(5.9)6(35.3)2(11.8)1(5.9)
R12(70.6)11(64.7)1(5.9)3(17.6)0(0.0)0(0.0)0(0.0)6(35.3)3(17.6)6(35.3)2(11.8)
S.aureus (10)S1(10.0)1(10.0)6(60.0)7(70.0)6(60.0)6(60.0)7(70.0)2(20.0)4(40.0)5(50.0)4(80.0)
I0(0.0)1(10.0)1(10.0)0(0.0)1(10.0)0(0.0)0(0.0)1(10.0)0(0.0)0(0.0)0(0.0)
R9(90.0)8(80.0)3(30.0)3(30.0)3(30.0)4(40.0)3(30.0)7(70.0)6(60.0)c5(50.0)6(60.0)
Total n (%)S5(18.5)6(22.2)21(77.8)19(70.4)23(85.2)22(81.5)24(88.9)12(44.4)12(44.4)14(51.9)18(66.6)
I1(3.7)2(7.4)2(7.4)2(7.4)1(3.7)1(3.7)0(0.0)2(7.4)6(22.2)2(7.4)1(3.7)
R21(77.8)19(70.)4(14.8)6(22.2)3(11.1)4(14.8)3(11.1)13(48.2)9(33.3)11(40.7)8(29.6)
  1. Key; AMC Amoxacillin clavulanic acid, AMP Ampicillin, NX Norfloxacilin, NIT Nitrofruinton, CTR Ceftriaxone, GEN Gentamicin, COT Co-trimexazole, TE Tetracycline, ERY Erythromycin, C Chloramphenicol, CIP Ciprofloxacin, S Susceptible, I Intermediate, R Resistant. % is computed from each cell, Total total resistance of gram positive isolates for the specific tested