Table 4: Antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of gram negative Bacteria isolated from wound swab cultures of patients among inpatients and outpatients attending the University of Gondar Referral hospital from March to May, 2014.

Bacterial isolates Number of resistance pathogens to antimicrobial agents (%)
TECCROAMPCNCIPSXT

Klebsiella spp. ()11 (64.7)12 (70.6)9 (52.9)16 (94.1)5 (29.4)10 (58.8)11 (64.7)
Citrobacter spp. ()8 (53.3)7 (46.7)4 (26.7)15 (100)8 (53.3)3 (40)9 (60)
Enterobacter spp. ()11 (84.6)6 (46.2)7 (53.8)13 (100)8 (61.5)3 (23.1)7 (53.8)
E. coli ()5 (62.5)2 (25)1 (12.5)6 (75)1 (12.5)3 (37.5)4 (50)
P. aeruginosa ()ND6 (75)3 (37.5)ND3 (37.5)3 (37.5)ND
Proteus spp. ()6 (100)3 (50)1 (16.7)6 (100)2 (33.4)1 (16.7)5 (83.3)
Salmonella arizonae ()4 (100)2 (50)3 (75)4 (100)4 (100)0 (0)4 (100)
Serratia spp. ()2 (66.7)1 (33.3)3 (100)3 (100)2 (66.7)2 (66.7)3 (100)
Achromobacter spp. ()0 (0)2 (100)2 (100)2 (100)2 (100)2 (100)0 (0)
Acinetobacter spp. ()1 (100)1 (100)1 (100)1 (100)1 (100)1 (100)0 (0)

Total 48 (62.3)42 (54.5)34 (44)66 (85.7)36 (46.7)28 (36)43 (55.8)

TE: tetracycline, C: chloramphenicol, CRO: ceftriaxone, AMP: ampicillin, AML: amoxicillin, CN: gentamicin, CIP: ciprofloxacin, SXT: trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, : number of isolates, and ND: not done.