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Table 3 Antibiotic resistance patterns of Shigella from 2006 to 2016 in Shanxi province, China

From: Antimicrobial resistance and genetic characterization of Shigella spp. in Shanxi Province, China, during 2006–2016

MDR patterns S. flexneri S. sonnei χ 2 P value
No. Tested No. Resistant (%) No. Tested No. Resistant (%)
No resistance detected 337 0 0 137 2 1.5
Resistance ≥1 CLSI class 337 337 100 137 135 98.5
Resistance ≥2 CLSI classes 337 327 97.0 137 133 97.1
Resistance ≥3 CLSI classes 337 302 89.6 137 130 94.9 3.4 0.07
Resistance ≥4 CLSI classes 337 231 68.6 137 104 75.9 2.6 0.11
Resistance ≥5 CLSI classes 337 84 24.9 137 34 24.8 18.0 0
AT/S 337 284 84.3 137 128 93.4 7.2 0.007
ACT/S 337 237 70.3 137 7 5.1 5.1 0.048
ACTSuT 337 22 6.5 137 0   9.4 0.002
  1. 1 CLSI class: means resistance to one third-generation cephalosporin or one quinolone
  2. 2 CLSI classes: means resistance to two third-generation cephalosporin or two quinolones, or one third-generation cephalosporin and one quinolone
  3. 3 CLSI classes: means resistance to one third-generation cephalosporin and two quinolones, or one third-generation cephalosporin and two quinolones
  4. 4 CLSI classes: means resistance to two third-generation cephalosporins and two quinolones
  5. 5 CLSI classes: means resistance to three third-generation cephalosporins and two quinolones
  6. We have added these under the Table 3 in our manuscript
  7. AT/S: resistance to ampicillin, trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole
  8. ACT/S: resistance to ampicillin, chloramphenicol, trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole
  9. ACTSuT: resistance to ampicillin, chloramphenicol, tobramycin, Trimethoprim/ sulfamethoxazole and tetracycline