International Journal of Bacteriology / 2014 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

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

Table 6

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

Isolate/study periods (%)R2R3R4R5R6R7

E. coli
 200278 (45.3)5 (6.4)19 (24.4)14 (17.9)11 (14.1)1 (1.3)1 (1.3)
 2012120 (42.3)15 (12.5)18 (15)20 (16.7)18 (15)21 (15.5)9 (7.5)
Klebsiella spp.
 200218 (10.5)1 (5.6)1 (5.6)7 (38.9)5 (27.8)00
 201241 (14.4)4 (9.8)5 (12.2)12 (29.3)10 (24.4)4 (4.9)2 (4.9)
Proteus spp.
 20027 (4.0)0004 (57.1)1 (14.3)0
 201216 (5.6)2 (12.5)2 (12.5)5 (31.3)3 (18.8)2 (12.5)0
Citrobacter spp.
 200210 (5.8)1 (10.0)1 (10.0)2 (20.0)5 (50.0)00
 201210 (3.5)1 (10)2 (30)2 (20)1 (10)1 (10)0
CoNS
 200214 (8.1)2 (14.3)3 (21.4)1 (7.1)01 (7.1)1 (7.1)
 201235 (12.3)8 (22.9)5 (14.3)3 (8.6)5 (14.3)5 (14.3)5 (5.7)
S. aureus
 200231 (18.0)1 (3.2)3 (9.7)7 (22.6)2 (6.5)2 (6.5)3 (9.7)
 201226 (9.2)3 (11.5)2 (7.7)11 (42.3)3 (11.5)1 (3.8)1 (3.8)

Resistant to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 antibiotics, respectively.

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