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Table 2 Campylobacter isolates susceptibility to antibioticsa

From: Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli isolated from children and environmental sources in urban and suburban areas

Antimicrobial agent Campylobacter species No. (%) of resistant isolates
Children Poultry meat Domestic animals Surface water
Total Dogs Cats Total Rivers Ponds and ornamental lakes Fountains
Erythromycin C. coli 0/7 2/54 (3.7) 1/6 (16.7) 0/4 1/2 (50.0) 0/12 0/2 0/10 0
C. jejuni 0/92 4/90 (4.4) 0/15 0/5 0/10 3/30 (10.0) 0/5 1/20 (5.0) 2/5 (40.0)
Azithromycin C. coli 0/7 0/54 1/6 (16.7) 0/4 1/2 (50.0) 0/12 0/2 0/10 0
C. jejuni 0/92 0/90 1/15 (6.7) 0/5 1/10 (10.0) 3/30 (10.0) 0/5 1/20 (5.0) 2/5 (40.0)
Gentamicin C. coli 0/7 0/54 0/6 0/4 0/2 0/12 0/2 0/10 0
C. jejuni 1/92 (1.1) 1/90 (1.0) 0/15 0/5 0/10 0/30 0/5 0/20 0/5
Tetracycline C. coli 3/7 (42.9) 17/54 (31.5) 3/6 (50.0) 2/4 (50.0) 1/2 (50.0) 6/12 (50.0) 1/2 (50.0) 5/10 (50.0) 0
C. jejuni 36/92 (39.1) 46/90 (51.1) 5/15 (33.3) 2/5 (40.0) 3/10 (30.0) 18/30 (60.0) 2/5 (40.0) 13/20 (65.0) 3/5 (60.0)
Ciprofloxacin C. coli 5/7 (71.4) 40/54 (74.1) 3/6 (50.0) 2/4 (50.0) 1/2 (50.0) 8/12 (66.7) 1/2 (50.0) 7/10 (70.0) 0
C. jejuni 60/92 (65.2) 56/90 (62.2) 9/15 (60.0) 4/5 (80.0) 5/10 (50.0) 24/30 (80.0) 3/5 (60.0) 17/20 (85.0) 4/5 (80.0)
  1. aResults expressed as the number of resistant isolates vs. total number of isolates analyzed