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Table 2 Minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) of different antibiotics for Acinetobacter spp. isolated from the ICU of Afzalipoor Hospital.

From: Antibiotic resistance patterns and extended-spectrum β-lactamase production among Acinetobacter spp. isolated from an intensive care Unit of a hospital in Kerman, Iran

Acinetobacter
isolates
MIC*
(µg/mL)
  CPM Gm AK Am PIT CAZ C PIP Te IMP CP
1 120 240 128 >240 >240 >240 60 >240 >240 240 >240
2 30 240 4 >240 >240 >240 >240 >240 >240 240 >240
3 10 10 4 240 30 240 >240 >240 >240 4 2
4 240 >240 16 >240 >240 >240 60 >240 >240 128 128
5 >240 >240 16 >240 240 >240 60 >240 >240 240 >240
6 30 5 4 240 120 240 120 128 >240 10 5
7 240 >240 32 >240 >240 >240 60 >240 >240 240 240
8 60 240 64 >240 5 >240 10 128 4 10 4
9 240 >240 16 240 >240 240 >240 16 >240 240 >240
10 240 >240 128 >240 >240 >240 120 >240 >240 240 >240
11 10 5 4 240 60 240 120 128 16 10 4
12 60 5 32 >240 >240 >240 120 >240 >240 128 >240
13 5 5 4 >240 30 5 10 16 >240 4 5
14 60 120 4 >240 60 >240 10 >240 >240 128 64
15 30 240 4 240 30 240 60 128 240 240 240
  1. *MIC for each antibiotic was determined twice by the E-test on Mueller-Hinton agar, and CFU/mL was kept at 1.5 × 107.
  2. CPM = cefepime, Gm = gentamicin, AK = amikacin, Amp = ampicillin, PIT = piperacillin + tazobactam, CAZ = ceftazidime, C = chloramphenicol, PIP = piperacillin, Te = tetracycline, IMP = imipenem, CP = ciprofloxacin.