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Table 3 Phenotypic antibiotics resistance profiles of K. pneumoniae clinical isolates obtained from different referral hospitals in Uganda

From: Prevalence of pathogenic Klebsiella pneumoniae based on PCR capsular typing harbouring carbapenemases encoding genes in Uganda tertiary hospitals

  Tertiary hospital Total Resistance prevalence (%)
MNRH MRRH MBRRH KIU-TH
Number of isolates 82 24 87 34 227
AMP 82 (100%) 24 (100%) 87 (100%) 34 (100%) 227 100
AMO 82 (100%) 24 (100%) 85 (97.7%) 34 (100%) 225 99.1
SXT 82 (97.6%) 24 (100%) 85 (97.7%) 33 (97.1%) 222 97.8
CXM 81 (98.8%) 24 (100%) 86 (98.9%) 34 (100%) 225 99.1
TEM 80 (97.6%) 24 (100%) 80 (92.0%) 32 (94.1%) 216 95.2
TPZ 64 (78.1%) 19 (79.2%) 77 (88.5%) 25 (73.5%) 185 81.5
FOX 52 (63.4%) 14 (58.3%) 48 (55.2%) 15 (44.1%) 129 56.8
FEP 80 (97.6%) 24 (100%) 83 (95.4%) 33 (97.1%) 220 96.9
CRO 82 (100%) 23 (95.8%) 86 (98.9%) 34 (100%) 225 99.1
CAZ 82 (100%) 24 (100%) 86 (98.9%) 34 (100%) 226 99.6
CTX 82 (100%) 24 (100%) 87 (100%) 34 (100%) 227 100
CIP 30 (36.6%) 9 (37.5%) 30 (34.5%) 13 (38.2%) 82 36.1
ERT 17 (20.7%) 7 (29.2%) 25 (28.7%) 4 (11.8%) 53 23.4
IMI 11 (13.4%) 3 (12.5%) 7 (8.1%) 4 (11.8%) 25 11.0
MEM 11 (13.4%) 3 (12.5%) 7 (8.1%) 4 (11.8%) 25 11.0