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Table 2 Occurence of plasmidal AmpC in group I Enterobacteriaceae

From: Prevalence of plasmid-mediated AmpC in Enterobacteriaceae isolated from humans and from retail meat in Zagazig, Egypt

Population Proportion of pAmpC+ Enterobacteriaceae Percentage pAmpC+ (95% CI)
Patients suspected of blood stream infection
(n=225)
4/ 72 group I Enterobacteriaceae
3/ 55 E.coli
1/ 15 K.pneumoniae
5,6% of group I Enterobacteriaceae (2,2–13,4)
5,5% of E.coli (1,9–14,9)
6,7% of K.pneumoniae (1,2– 29,8)
Patients with community-onset gastroenteritis
(n=100)
5/105 group I Enterobacteriaceae
0/ 72 E.coli
3/ 23 K.pneumoniae
2/ 5 P.mirabilis
4,8% of group I Enterobacteriaceae (2,1–10,7)
0% of E.coli (0–5,1)
13% of K.pneumoniae (4,5–32,1)
Retail chicken meat
(n=112)
2/ 83 group I Enterobacteriaceae
2/ 37 E.coli
0/ 44 K.pneumoniae
2,4% of group I Enterobacteriaceae (0,7–8,4)
5,4% (1,5–17,7) of E.coli
0% of K.pneumoniae (0–8,0)
Retail sheep meat
(n=100)
1/ 95 group I Enterobacteriaceae
1/ 93 E.coli
1,1% of group I Enterobacteriaceae (0,2–5,7)
1,1% of E.coli (0,2–5,8)