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Research Article

The In Vitro Antimicrobial Effects of Lavandula angustifolia Essential Oil in Combination with Conventional Antimicrobial Agents

Table 3

Mean MIC values in μg/mL () for the antimicrobial agents selected for combination analysis.

Antimicrobial agentC. albicansS. aureusP. aeruginosa
ATCC 10231ATCC 6538ATCC 27858
Value obtainedBreak point Value obtainedBreak point rangeValue obtainedBreak point range

Chloramphenicol0.63<4.000.310.10–15.600.310.06–32.00
CiprofloxacinNANA0.110.12–0.500.04<1.00–2.50
Fusidic acidNANA0.630.10–>32.000.31≤1.00
Nystatin0.16≤4.00NANANANA

point ranges for commercial antimicrobials as determined by the KnowledgeBase antimicrobial index, CLSI guidelines, and EUCAST antimicrobial index; NA: not applicable as microorganisms are not susceptible to these antimicrobial agents.

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