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Table 7 Resistance and distribution of Minimum Inhibitory Concentrations (MIC) of antimicrobials for E. coli from fattenersa (n = 122)

From: Antimicrobials in small-scale urban pig farming in a lower middle-income country – arbitrary use and high resistance levels

  1. White fields represent range of dilutions tested for each antimicrobial. MICs higher than the highest concentration tested are given as the concentration closest above the range. MICs equal to or lower than the lowest concentration tested are underlined. The epidemiological cut-off value (ECOFF) [33] for each antimicrobial is presented as a vertical line
  2. aPigs older than 3 months
  3. bNo ECOFF was available for azithromycin