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Research Article

Changing Trends in Prevalence and Antibiotics Resistance of Uropathogens in Patients Attending the Gondar University Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia

Table 2

Frequency of urinary bacterial isolates and their antibiotic resistance patterns from UTI suspected patients attending Gondar University Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia, 2012.

Isolate/ (%) PatternCommon antibacterial used
E   (%)CN  (%)PEN  (%)CAF  (%)TTC  (%)SXT 
(%)
AMP  (%)CIP  (%)AML  (%)

E. coli 120 (42.3)S
R
NA67 (55.8)
53 (44.2)
NA50 (41.7)
70 (58.3)
25 (20.8)
95 (79.2)
28 (23.3)
92 (76.7)
20 (16.7)
100 (83.3)
64 (53.3)
56 (46.7)
15 (12.5)
105 (87.5)
Klebsiella spp. 41 (14.4)S
R
NA21 (51.2)
20 (48.8)
NA9 (22)
32 (78)
7 (17.1)
34 (82.9)
7 (17.1)
34 (82.9)
2 (4.9)
39 (95.1)
28 (68.3)
13 (31.7)
1 (2.4)
40 (97.6)
CoNS, 35 (12.3)S
R
20 (57.1)
15 (42.9)
ND10 (28.6)
25 (71.4)
ND3 (3.6)
32 (91.4)
9 (25.7)
26 (74.3)
10 (28.6)
25 (71.4)
16 (45.7)
19 (54.3)
10 (28.6)
25 (71.4)
S. aureus 26 (9.2)S
R
12 (46.2)
14 (53.8)
ND9 (34.6)
17 (65.4)
ND4 (15.4)
22 (84.6)
5 (9.2)
21 (80.8)
8 (30.8)
16 (69.2)
12 (46.2)
14 (53.8)
7 (26.9)
19 (73.1)
Proteus spp. 16 (5.6)S
R
NA11 (68.8)
5 (31.2)
NA7 (43.8)
9 (56.2)
2 (12.5)
14 (87.5)
4 (25)
12 (75)
3 (18.8)
13 (81.2)
11 (68.8)
5 (31.2)
4 (25)
12 (75)
Enterobacter spp. 16 (5.6)S
R
NA10 (62.5)
6 (37.5)
NA6 (37.5)
10 (62.5)
4 (25)
12 (75)
3 (18.8)
13 (81.2)
3 (18.8)
13 (81.2)
12 (75)
4 (25)
3 (18.8)
13 (81.2)
Citrobacter spp. 10 (3.5)S
R
NA1 (10)
9 (90)
NA3 (30)
7 (70)
1 (10)
9 (90)
2 (20)
8 (80)
2 (20)
8 (80)
4 (40)
6 (60)
1 (10)
9 (90)
Pseudomonas spp. 5 (1.8)S
R
NANDNA0 (0)
5 (100)
5 (100)
0 (0)
0 (0)
5 (100)
2 (40)
3 (60)
2 (40)
3 (60)
2 (40)
3 (60)
Providencia spp. 5 (1.8)S
R
NA2 (40)
3 (60)
NA2 (40)
3 (60)
2 (40)
3 (60)
1 (20)
4 (80)
1 (20)
4 (80)
3 (60)
2 (40)
1 (20)
9 (80)
Serratia spp. 2 (0.7)S
R
NA2 (100)
0 (0)
NA0 (0)
2 (100)
0 (0)
(100)
0 (0)
(100)
0 (0)
2 (100)
2 (100)
0 (0)
1 (50)
1 (50)
Streptococcus spp. 5 (1.8)S
R
3 (60)
2 (40)
ND2 (40)
3 (60)
3 (60)
2 (40)
1 (20)
4 (80)
1 (20)
4 (80)
2 (40)
3 (60)
3 (60)
2 (40)
4 (80)
1 (20)
Salmonella spp. 1 (0.4)S
R
0
0
1 (100)
0 (0)
0
0
1 (100)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (100)
0 (0)
1 (100)
0 (0)
1 (100)
1 (100)
0 (0)
0 (0)
1 (100)

AMP: ampicillin, AML: amoxicillin, PEN: penicillin G, CIP: ciprofloxacin, E: erythromycin, TTC: tetracycline, CAF: chloramphenicol, SXT: co-trimoxazole, CN: gentamicin, CoNS: coagulase negative Staphylococci, S: sensitive, R: resistant, NA: not applicable, and ND: not done.

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