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Table 3 Antimicrobial resistance profile of C. jejuni and C. coli isolates from duck farms

From: Occurrence and multidrug resistance of Campylobacter spp. at duck farms and associated environmental and anthropogenic risk factors in Bangladesh

Campylobacter spp Category of resistance (against one or multiple antimicrobials) Resistance patterns1 No. (%) of strains No. (%) of multidrug resistant isolates
C. jejuni (n = 60) Against one AMX 5 (8.33) 25 (41.67)
Against two AMX-GEN 10 (16.67)
AMX-ERY 10 (16.67)
AMX-STR 5 (8.33)
AMX-TET 5 (8.33)
Against three AMX-ERY-STR 5 (8.33)
AMX-AZM-ERY 5 (8.33)
Against four AMX-ERY-STR-TET 5 (8.33)
AMX-AZM-ERY-GEN 5 (8.33)
AMX-ERY-GEN-STR 5 (8.33)
C. coli (n = 95) Against one AMX 10 (10.53) 35 (36.84)
ERY 5 (5.26)
Against two AMX-STR 20 (21.05)
AMX-ERY 10 (10.53)
AMX-NOR 5 (5.26)
AMX-TET 5 (5.26)
AMX-GEN 5 (5.26)
Against three AMX-ERY-STR 15 (15.79)
Against four AMX-ERY-STR-TET 10 (10.53)
AMX-AZM-ERY-GEN 5 (5.26)
AMX-ERY-GEN-STR 5 (5.26)
  1. 1Antimicrobial resistance at standard doses (μg): Amoxicillin (AMX, 30 µg), Azithromycin (AZM, 30 µg), Ciprofloxacin (CIP, 5 µg), Erythromycin (ERY, 30 µg), Gentamycin (GEN, 10 µg), Norfloxacin (NOR, 10 µg), Streptomycin (STR, 10 µg), and Tetracycline (TET, 30 µg)