International Journal of Microbiology / 2018 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Magnitude of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci (VRE) Colonization among HIV-Infected Patients Attending ART Clinic in West Amhara Government Hospitals

Table 3

Profile of multidrug-resistant pattern of VRE () among ART patients in West Amhara Government Hospitals, May, 2017.

Resistance rateCombination of antibioticsNumber of isolates tested

R3VAN, AMP, CHL2
R3VAN, AMP, ERY2
R3VAN, AMP, NOR1
R4VAN, AMP, TET, DOC1
R5VAN, AMP, TET, ERY, DOC1
R5VAN, AMP, CIP, CHL, ERY1
R5VAN, AMP, CIP, ERY, NOR1
R6VAN, AMP, TET, CIP, NOR, DOC1
R6VAN, AMP, TET, CIP, ERY, DOC3
R6VAN, AMP, NIT, CIP, CHL, ERY1
R6VAN, AMP, TET, CIP, NOR, DOC1
R7VAN, AMP, NIT, TET, CIP, CHL, DOC1
R8VAN, AMP, TET, CIP, CHL, ERY, NOR, DOC1
Total17

ERY, erythromycin; TET, tetracycline; AMP, ampicillin; VAN, vancomycin; DOC, doxycycline; NIT, nitrofurantoin; CIP, ciprofloxacin; NOR, norfloxacin; CHL, chloramphenicol; R, resistance. R3–R8 = number of antibiotic-resistant isolates from 3 to 8, respectively. MDR = organisms resistant to ≥2 antibiotics.