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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
AMP AMC CTR NX GEN NIT CIP COT TE ERY C
CoNS (17) S 4(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)
I 1(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)
R 12(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) S 1(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)
I 0(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)
R 9(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)c 5(50.0) 6(60.0)
Total n (%) S 5(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)
I 1(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)
R 21(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