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Table 3 Multiple antibiotic resistance patterns of bacterial isolates in ocular infections, Gondar University Teaching Hospital, Ethiopia

From: Ocular bacterial infections and antibiotic resistance patterns in patients attending Gondar Teaching Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia

Isolates No (%) Antibiotic resistance patterns
Ro R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6
S. aureus 35(26.7) 5(14.3) 7(20.0) 7(20.0) 4(12.9) 4(12.9) 3(8.6) 5(14.3)
CNS 36(27.5) 8(22.2) 7(19.4) 5(13.9) 3(8.3) 8(22.2) 4(11.1) 1(2.8)
S. pneumoniae 2(1.5)   1(50.0) 1(50.0)
S. pyogen 2(1.5) 1(50.0) 1(50.0)
Enterobacter spp. 2(1.5)   1(50.0) 1(50.0)   
E. coli 10(7.6) 1(10.0) 3(30.0) 5(50.0) 1(10.0)
Klebsiella spp. 8(6.1) 1(12.5) 2(25.0) 2(25.0) 3(37.5)
Pseudomonas spp. 14(10.7) 1(7.1) 3(21.4) 3(21.4) 3(21.4) 4(28.6)   
Citrobacter spp. 4(3.1) 1(25.0)   1(25.0) 1(25.0) 1(25.0)
H. influenzae 10(7.6) 1(10.0) 2(20.0) 5(50.0) 2(20.0)
P. vulgaris 2(1.5) 1(50.0) 1(50.0)
P. mirabilis 3(2.3) 1(33.3) 1(33.3) 1(33.3)
Providencia spp. 3(2.3) 1(33.3) 2(66.7)
Total 131(100) 20(15.3) 24(18.3) 27(20.6) 24(18.3) 23(17.6) 7(5.3) 6(4.6)
  1. Ro—sensitive to all antibiotics, R1—resistant to 1 antibiotic
  2. R2—resistant to 2 antibiotics, R3—resistant to 3 antibiotics
  3. R4—resistant to 4 antibiotics, R5—resistant to 5 and more antibiotics