Table 3

Sensitivity to antibiotics of the most frequent bacteria in our Area in 2002

Germen

Cefazolin

Cefuroxime

Levofloxacin

Vancomicyn


Gram positive


Staphilococcus Aureus

100%

(≤2 ≥4)*

96%

(≤2 ≥4)

65%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

66%

(≤4 ≥32)


Staphilococcus Aureus

MARSA

54%

(≤2 ≥4)

48%

(≤2 ≥4)

17.64%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

99,02%

(≤4 ≥32)


Staphilococcus Epidermidis

100%

(≤2 ≥4)

97%

(≤2 ≥4)

27%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

97%

(≤4 ≥32)


Streptococcus Pneumoniae

96%

(≤2 ≥8)

79.15%

(≤0.12 ≥2)

89%

(≤2 ≥8)

100%

(≤1 -f * )


Gram negative


E. Colli

85%

(≤4 ≥32)

87%

(≤4 ≥32)

71%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

90%

(≤4 ≥32)


Pseudomona Aeroginosa

18%

(≤4 ≥32)

15%

(≤4 ≥32)

65%

(≤2 ≥8)

65%

(≤4 ≥32)


Proteus

Mirabilis

79%

(≤4 ≥32)

82%

(≤4 ≥32)

70%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

100%

(≤4 ≥32)


Klebsiella Pneumoniae

75%

(≤4 ≥32)

79%

(≤4 ≥32)

100%

(≤0.5 ≥8)

95%

(≤4 ≥32)


(≤2 ≥4)* = MIC (minimum inhibitory concentration) = Critical concentrations in μg/ml (critical concentration of susceptibility, critical concentration of resistance), according to the recommendations of MENSURA to the interpretation of antibiogram.

-f * = Unknown, we do not know the mechanisms of resistance, or the measure for resistance.

Romero-Aroca et al. BMC Ophthalmology 2012 12:2   doi:10.1186/1471-2415-12-2

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