International Journal of Bacteriology / 2014 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

Percentage of isolates with antimicrobial resistance in 2002 and 2012.

AntibioticEscherichia coli (%)Klebsiella spp. (%)CoNS# (%)Staphylococcus aureus (%)Citrobacter spp. (%)Proteus spp. (%)
200220122002201220022012200220122002201220022012

ErythromycinNANANANA71.5**37.219.450.0*NANANANA
Gentamicin14.134.2*33.33921.4**022.6**0505028.625
PenicillinNANANANA57.148.638.750.0NANANANA
Chloramphenicol42.348.377.870.750051.6**0805071.456.2
Tetracycline 6862.577.8**6171.480.87173.1808010062.4
Co-trimoxazole56.47072.27857.157.148.473.1908071.475
Ampicillin69.256.794.470.721.448.625.850100**5071.462.4
Ciprofloxacin030*024.4*025.7*6.538.4*030*018.8*
AmoxicillinNA37ND43.9ND28.6NA38.5ND20NA50

Total78 (45.3)120 (42.3)18 (10.5)41 (14.4)14 (8.1)35 (12.3)31 (18)26 (9.2)10 (5.8)10 (3.5)7 (4.1)16 (5.6)

compared with results for 2002; ** compared with results for 2012; #coagulase negative Staphylococci; ND: not done; NA: not applicable.

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