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Table 4 Antimicrobial susceptibility

From: Neonatal septicemia caused by a rare pathogen: Raoultella planticola - a report of four cases

antibiotics Patient 1 Patient 2 Patient 3 Patient 4
antibiotic susceptibility MIC antibiotic susceptibility MIC antibiotic susceptibility MIC antibiotic susceptibility MIC
Amikacin S <=2.0 S <=2.0 S <=2.0 S <=2.0
Ampicillin-sulbactam R > = 32.0 R > = 32.0 R > = 32.0 R > = 32.0
Aztreonam R 16 R 16 R 16 R 16
Cefazolin R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Cefepime S 2 S 2 R 16 R 16
Cefotetan R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Ceftazidime R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Ceftriaxone R > = 64.0 R 32 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Cefuroxime R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Cefuroxime Axetil R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0 R > = 64.0
Ciprofloxacin R 1 R 1 S <=0.25 S <=0.25
Gentamicin R > = 16.0 R > = 16.0 S <=1 S <=1.0
Levofloxacin R 4 I 1 S <=0.25 S <=0.25
Piperacillin R > = 128.0 R > = 128.0 R > = 128.0 R > = 128.0
Piperacillin/Tazobactam I 32 S 16 I 64 I 64
Tobramycin R > = 16.0 I 8 S 4 S 4
Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole S <=20.0 S <=20.0 S <=20 R > = 320
Imipenem R > = 16.0 R 8 R 8 R 4
Meropenem I > = 16.0 R > = 16.0 S 4 S 4
  1. MIC Minimum inhibitory concentration, S Sensitive, R Resistance, I Intermediary