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Table 5 Antibiotic susceptibility patterns of bacterial isolates from food sample in Gondar town, January–May 2017

From: Bacteriological profile, antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of the isolates among street vended foods and hygienic practice of vendors in Gondar town, Northwest Ethiopia: a cross sectional study

Antibiotic susceptibility patterns of isolates Isolates
S. aureus n (%) E.coli n (%) Enterobacter n (%) Citrobacter n (%)
Ampicillin S 2(13.33) 3(30) 1(25)
R 13(86.67) 7(70) 3(75)
Chloramphenicol S 27(79.4) 13(86.67) 5(50) 2(50)
R 7(20.6) 2(13.33) 5(50) 2(50)
Ciprofloxacin S 27(79.4) 11(73.33) 8(80) 3(75)
R 7(20.6) 4(26.67) 2(20) 1(25)
Ceftazidime S 6(40) 3(30) 2(50)
R 9(60) 7(70) 2(50)
Tetracycline S 29(85.3) 12(80) 8(80) 4(100)
R 5(14.7) 3(20) 2(20) 0
Ceftriaxone S 13(86.67) 8(80) 4(100)
R 2(13.33) 2(20) 0
Penicillin S 9(26.5)
R 25(73.5)
Norfloxacin S 7(46.67) 6(60) 2(50)
R 8(53.33) 4(40) 2(50)
Gentamycin S 29(85.3) 14(93.33) 9(90) 4(100)
R 5(14.7) 1(6.67) 1(10) 0
Clindamycin S 30(88.2)
R 4(11.76)
Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole S 21(61.8) 9(60) 6(60) 3(75)
R 13(38.2) 6(40) 4(40) 1(25)
  1. S Sensitive, R Resistance