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Table 2 Rates of resistance of 84 isolates from urine of malnourished children

From: Multi-resistant gram negative enteric bacteria causing urinary tract infection among malnourished underfives admitted at a tertiary hospital, northwestern, Tanzania

Pathogen AMP CN CIP AMC CRO CAZ ERT
E. coli (35) 33 (97.1 %) 15 (42.8 %) 5 (14.3 %) 30 (85.7 %) 12 (34.3 %) 14 (40 %) 1 (2.86 %)
K. pneumoniae (20) 20 (100 %) 14 (70 %) 3 15.0 %) 17 (85.0 %) 10 (50.0 %) 12 (60 %) 0 (0.0 %)
aOther gram negative (29) 29 (100 %) 19 (65.5 %) 1 (3.4 %) ND 15 (51.7 %) 15 (51.7 %) (0.0 %)
Total (84) 82 (98.7 %) 48 (57.8 %) 9 (10.8 %) 47 (85.4 %) 37 (44.0 %) 41 (48.8 %) 1 (1.2 %)
  1. AMP Ampicilin, CN Gentamicin, CIP Ciprofloxacin, AMC Amoxicillin/Clavulanic acid, CRO Ceftriaxone, CAZ Ceftazidime, ERT Ertapenem
  2. aOther gram negative (Proteus spp., Enterobacter spp., Citrobacter spp., Serratia spp.,)