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Table 3 Multi-drug resistance (MDR) profile of the isolates at FHRH, 2018

From: Bacteriology of community acquired pneumonia in adult patients at Felege Hiwot Referral Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Bacteria isolated Degree of resistance Total MDR isolates ≥ R3
R0 (%) R1 (%) R2 (%) R3 (%) R4 (%) R5 (%) R6 (%) R7 (%) R8 (%)
S.pneumoniae (n = 60) 2(3.3) 25(41.7) _ 8(13.3) 22(36.7) _ 3 (5) _ _ 33(55)
K.pneumoniae (n = 30) _ _ _ _ 1(3.3) 22(73.3) 7(23.3) _ _ 30(100)
S.aureus (n = 24) _ _ _ 2(8.3) 10(41.7) 7(29.2) 5(20.8) _ _ 24(100)
P.aeruginosa (n = 19) _ 6(31.6) 5(26.3) 5(26.3) 2(10.5) 1(5.3) _ _ _ 8(42.1)
H.infleuenzae (n = 14) _ _ _ 8(57.1) _ 1(7.1) 2(14.3) 3(21.4) _ 14(100)
E.coli (n = 10) _ 1(10) _ 1(10) 1(10) _ 5(50) 2(20) _ 9(90)
P.mirabilis (n = 6) _ _ 1(16.7) _ _ _ _ 2(33.3) 3(50) 5(83.5)
P.vulgaris (n = 4) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3(75) 1(25) 4(100)
Total (n = 167) 2(1.2) 32(19.2) 6(3.5) 24(14.4) 36(21.5) 31(18.6) 22(13.2) 10(6) 4(2.4) 127(76)
  1. Note: R0: susceptible to all antibiotics, R1–R8: resistance to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 antibiotics, ≥ R3: resistance to 3 or more antibiotic, MDR: multidrug resistance
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