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Table 3 Isolation of multi-drug resistant bacteria of the family Enterobacteriaceae, including the potential pathogens occurring in the gut of young children in Bangladesh

From: Multi-drug resistant pathogenic bacteria in the gut of young children in Bangladesh

Sl.# Bacteria Total Number of antibiotic resistant bacteria (%)
MDR E CN SXT TE CIP AMP CRO CFM AZM MEL
1 E. coli 63 52 61 (97) 9 (14) 26 (41) 45 (71) 16 (25) 42 (67) 18 (29) 28 (44) 34 (54) 7 (11)
2 Enterobacter spp. 19 15 19 (100) 2 (11) 13 (68) 12 (63) 0 17 (90) 10 (53) 9 (47) 8 (42) 1 (5)
3 Pseudomonas spp. 15 12 15 (100) 0 0 1 (7) 2 (13) 13 (87) 4 (27) 2 (13) 12 (63) 9 (60)
4 Klebsiella spp. 7 5 7 (100) 0 3 (43) 3 (43) 0 6 (86) 0 1 (14) 3 (43) 2 (29)
5 Pantoea spp. 7 4 7 (100) 1 (14) 4 (57) 5 (71) 0 5 (71) 3 (43) 3 (43) 3 (43) 1 (14)
6 Vibrio spp. 4 1 2 (50) 0 1 (25) 1 (25) 1 (25) 2 (40) 1 (25) 1 (25) 1 (25) 0
7 Citrobacter spp. 4 4 3 (75) 2 (50) 4 (100) 4 (100) 4 (100) 3 (75) 2 (50) 3 (75) 3 (75) 1 (25)
8 Aeromonas hydrophila gr. 1 2 1 2 (100) 0 1 (50) 1 (50) 0 0 2 (100) 1 (50) 0 0
9 Raoultella terrigena 1 1 1 (100) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 (100) 1 (100)
10 Total 122 95 (78) 117 (96) 14 (11) 52 (43) 72 (59) 23 (19) 77 (63) 40 (33) 48 (39) 65 (53) 22 (18)
  1. E erythromycin, 15 µg; CN gentamicin, 10 µg; SXT trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole, 25 µg; TE tetracycline, 30 µg; CIP ciprofloxacin, 5 µg; AMP ampicillin, 10 µg; CRO ceftriaxone, 30 µg; CFM cefixime, 5 µg; AZM azithromycin, 15; MEL mecillinam, 10 µg