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Table 2 Antibiotic susceptibility pattern of integron positive Enterobacteriaceae

From: Assessment of extended-spectrum β-lactamases and integrons among Enterobacteriaceae in device-associated infections: multicenter study in north of Iran

  Klebsiella pneumoniae Enterobacter .spp E.coli
N = 24 N = 5 N = 6
Integron class 1 Integron class 2 Integron class 1 Integron class 2 Integron class 1 Integron class 2
N = 20 N = 1 N = 4 N = 0 N = 6 N = 0
Amikacin R 55 100 75 - 66.6 -
I 25 0 25 16.6
S 20 0 0 16.6
Ciprofloxacin R 45 100 0 - 33.3 -
I 35 0 0 -
S 20 0 100 66.6
Imipenem R 35 0 0 - 16.6 -
I 30 0 25 16.6
S 35 100 75 66.6
Gentamicin R 80 100 75 - 83.3 -
I 5 0 0 16.6
S 15 0 25 -
Ceftazidime R 55 100 50 - 50 -
I 30 0 50 33.3
S 15 0 0 16.6
Tobramycin R 60 0 75 - 33.3 -
I 30 100 0 16.6
S 10 0 25 50
Piperacillin-Tazobactam R 70 100 75 - 16.6 -
I 30 0 25 66.6
S 0 0 0 16.6
Cefepime R 80 100 75 - 33.3 -
I 10 0 25 16.6
S 10 0 0 50
Colistin R 60 0 50 - 33.3 -
I 25 100 25 16.6
S 15 0 25 50
Co-trimoxazole R 85 100 75 - 33.3 -
I - - 0 -
S 15 0 25 66.6
  1. R resistant, I intermediate, S sensitive