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Table 2 Antibiograms of 4 CRE isolates cultivated from the environment

From: Multidrug-resistant enterobacteriaceae in coastal water: an emerging threat

  Alexander river
1st sampling
Alexander river
2nd sampling
Beit-Yanai beach
1st sampling
Poleg river
1st sampling
Species E. asburiae
blaIMI (genome nEC133)
E. bugandensis
blaIMI (genome nEC135)
E. bugandensis
blaIMI (genome nEC134)
E. coli
blaOXA48
Drug name/MIC MIC
Amoxicillin/clavulanate  ≥ 32  ≥ 32  ≥ 32  ≥ 32
Piperacillin/tazobactam  ≤ 4 8 8  ≥ 128
Cefalexin  ≥ 64  ≥ 64  ≥ 64 16
Cefuroxime 16 16 16 16
Cefoxitin  ≥ 64  ≥ 64  ≥ 64 16
Ceftazidime  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≤ 1
Ceftriaxone  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≤ 1
Meropenem  > 32  > 32  > 32 6
Imipenem  > 32  > 32  > 32  > 32
Ertapenem  > 32  > 32  > 32  > 32
Amikacin  ≤ 2  ≤ 2  ≤ 2  ≤ 2
Gentamicin  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≤ 1  ≥ 16
Ciprofloxacin  ≤ 0.25  ≤ 0.25  ≤ 0.25  ≤ 0.25
Fosfomycin 64 32 64  ≤ 16
Nitrofurantoin 32 32 64  ≤ 16
Trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole  ≤ 20  ≤ 20  ≤ 20  ≥ 320
  1. CRE carbapenem resistant Enterobacteriaceae, CP carbapenemase producing, MIC minimal inhibitory concentration