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Table 5 Pooled range and mean of antimicrobial resistance patterns of Shigella Serogroups

From: A review on Sero diversity and antimicrobial resistance patterns of Shigella species in Africa, Asia and South America, 2001–2014

Serogroups of Shigella Resistance (%)
AMP T C CIP NA SXT GM
PR PM PR PM PR PM PR PM PR PM PR PM PR PM
S. dysentery 37.5−100 72.1 0−100 69.4 0−92.8 44.1 0−33.3 7 0−85.7 40.3 0−100 60.8 0−75 17.2
No. of studies 8   6   7   7   6   8   5  
S. flexneri 46−100 75.6 12−95.8 75.8 0−91.1 51.7 0−31 7 0−99.7 74.1 6−100 72.7 0−66.7 14.5
No. of studies 9   6   7   8   7   9   6  
S. boydii 38.4−100 64.4 38−87.5 63.1 3.9−84 29.1 0−50 10 0−15.4 3.1 19−76.9 48.2 0−25 6.3
No. of studies 6   5   5   5   5   6   4  
S. sonnei 8−83.3 46.9 36−100 79.4 1.4−94.4 35.4 0−0.7 0.12 0−96 54.8 25−100 71.9 0−12.5 16.6
No. of studies 7   6   6   6   6   6   6  
  1. AMP Ampicillin, T Tetracycline, C Chloramphenicol, CIP Ciprofloxacin, NA Nalidixic acid, SXT sulphamethoxazole trimethoprim/Cotrimoxazole, GM gentamicin, PR pooled range, PM pooled mean, No Number