TABLE 5.

Trial 2 antimicrobial resistance patterns and isolation rates of E. coli and Salmonella serovar Newport

PenDayResistance pattern(s) (no. of isolates) ofa:
E. coliSerovar Newport
12NIbSusc.c(12)
4NISusc. (17)
10Susc. (1), AMP-STR (1)Susc. (16), SUL (1)
22NISusc. (13)
4NISusc. (18)
10SPT-SUL (18)Susc. (16), SUL (2)
32AMP-AMC-CEF-CRO-(CTF)-FOX-SPT-SUL (13)Susc. (13)
4Susc. (7), AMP-(AMC)-CEF-(CRO)-(CTF)-(FOX)-SPT-SUL-(TET) (11)Susc. (18)
10Susc. (6), AMP-(AMC)-CEF-(CRO)-(CTF)-FOX-SPT-SUL (12)Susc. (5), AMP-(AMC)-CEF-(CRO)-(CTF)-(FOX)-CHL-SPT-SUL (13)
42AMP-CIP-NAL-TET (2)NI
4AMP-CIP-NAL-(STR)-TET (15), KAN-NEO-SUL-TET (2)NI
10AMP-STR (4), AMP-CIP-NAL-(SPT)-STR-SUL-TET (10), KAN-NEO-(SPT)-STR-SUL-TET (3)NI
  • a See Table 1 for abbreviations for antimicrobials. Antimicrobials shown in parentheses are those to which the isolates may or may not be additionally resistant.

  • b NI, none isolated.

  • c Susc., susceptible.