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Table 6 Antibiotic sensitivity profile of bacterial isolates

From: Assessment of seasonal variation on neonatal sepsis

Isolate Antibacterial agent
Carbapenems Cephalosporins Macro-lides Glyco-peptides Aminoglycosides Ampicillin-sulbactam
Imi-penem Mero-penem Maxipime (4th) Ceftazidime (3rd) Azithromycin Vancomycin Amikacin Unasyn
Pseudo-monas N = 27 22 = 81.5%(S) 19 = 70.4% (S) NT 22 = 81.4% (R) NT NT 17 = 63% (S) NT
Kleb-siella N = 18 18 = 100% (S) 11 = 61% (S) 15 = 83.3% (S) 7 = 38.9% (R) 11 = 61% (S) NT NT 18 = 100% (R)
Entero-bacter N = 12 12 = 100% (S) 12 = 100% (I) 12 = 100% (S) 12 = 100% (R) 10 = 83.8% (S) NT 12 = 100% (I) 3 = 25% (R)
Acineto-bacter N = 11 7 = 63.6% (S) 9 = 81.8% (I) 7 = 63.6% (S) 3 = 27.3% (R) 7 = 63.6% (S) NT NT 9 = 81.8% (R)
E. coli N = 10 10 = 100% (S) NT 10 = 100% (S) NT 10 = 100% (S) 5 = 50% (I) NT 10 = 100% (R)
Staph. aureus N = 18 16 = 88.8% (S) 11 = 61.1% (S) NT 15 = 83.3% (R) NT 15 = 83.3% (S) 15 = 83.3 (S) NT
Listeria N = 4 4 = 100% (S) 3 = 75% (S) NT NT 3 = 75% (S) 4 = 100% (S) NT 4 = 100% (R)
  1. (S)sensitive/(I)intermediate sensitivity/(R)resistant/NS: not tested
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