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Table 1 Dutch HR-GNR definition

From: Prevalence, risk factors and molecular epidemiology of highly resistant gram negative rods in hospitalized patients in the Dutch region Kennemerland

Organism ESBL CAR QUI AMG CFT PIP COT
Enterobacteriaceae A A B B - - -
Acinetobacter species - A B B - - -
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia - - - - - - A
Pseudomonas aeruginosa - C C C C C -
  1. A: This type of resistance mechanism or resistance against this antimicrobial agent indicates a HR-GNR
  2. B: Resistance against minimal two antimicrobial agents indicates a HR-GNR
  3. C: Resistance against minimal three antimicrobial agents indicates a HR-GNR
  4. ESBL extended spectrum beta lactamase, CAR carbapenems, QUI fluoroquinolones, AMG aminoglycosides
  5. CFT ceftazidime, PIP piperacillin, COT co-trimoxazole