International Journal of Bacteriology / 2014 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

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

Table 4

Comparison of urinary bacterial isolates from UTI suspected patients at Gondar University Hospital in 2002 and 2012.

Isolate2002*2012 value
(%) (%)

E. coli 78 (45.3)120 (42.3)1.150.29
Klebsiella spp.18 (10.5)41 (14.4)1.080.3
CoNS**Not isolated35 (12.3)00
S.aureus 31 (18)26 (9.2)9.640.002
Enterobacter spp.3 (1.7)16 (5.6)3.94<0.001
Proteus spp.7 (4.1)16 (5.6)0.40.53
Streptococcus spp.4 (2.3)5 (1.8)0.40.53
Citrobacter spp.10 (5.5)10 (3.5)1.60.2
Pseudomonas spp.1 (0.6)5 (1.8)00.42
Salmonella spp.3 (1.7)1 (0.4)01.00
Serratia spp.2 (1.2)2 (0.7)00.63
Hafnia alvei 1 (0.6)Not isolated00
OthersNot isolated7 (2.5)00

Total172 (41)284 (52.8)19.7<0.001

Moges et al., 2002 (East African Journal) [1]; **coagulase negative Staphylococci.

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