BioMed Research International / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Prevalence and Antibiotic Resistance Patterns of Campylobacter spp. Isolated from Broiler Chickens in the North of Tunisia

Table 2

Percentage of resistant Campylobacter isolates.

AntimicrobialC. jejuni
% (n=91)
C. coli
% (n=41)
Total
% (n=132)

Ampicillin73.6 (67)34.1 (14)61.4 (81)
Amoxicillin/acid clavulanic52.7 (48)34.1 (14)47.0 (62)
Ciprofloxacin98.9 (90)100 (41)99.2 (131)
Nalidixic Acid57.1 (52)22.0 (9)46.2 (61)
Erythromycin100 (91)100 (41)100.0 (132)
Tetracycline100 (91)100(41)100.0 (132)
Chloramphenicol83.5 (76)100 (41)88.6 (117)
Gentamycin14.3 (13)9.8 (4)12.9 (17)

higher resistance (P < 0.05) of C. jejuni compared with C. coli.

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