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Table 6 Percentage of resistance in Staphylococcus spp. by antimicrobial and country in 2012–2013

From: European multicenter study on antimicrobial resistance in bacteria isolated from companion animal urinary tract infections

Countrya FLU CN SXT
n % R (95 % CI)b
[Stat. Dif.]c
n % R (95 % CI)b
[Stat. Dif.]c
n % R (95 % CI)b
[Stat. Dif.]c
AT 78 26.92
(17.08–36.77)
[a, b]
78 19.23
(10.48–27.98)
[a]
78 20.51
(11.55–29.47)
[a, b]
BE 116 7.76
(2.89–12.63)
[c, d]
107 3.74
(0.14–7.33)
[b]
122 13.11
(7.12–19.10)
[a, b, c]
DK 51 1.96
(0.00–5.77)
[c, e, f]
51 3.92
(0.00–9.25)
[b]
51 0
-
[d]
FR 238 23.53
(18.14–28.92)
[a, g]
237 5.06
(2.27–7.85)
[b]
242 11.57
(7.54–15.60)
[a, c]
DE 55 18.18
(7.99–28.38)
[a, d, g]
55 10.91
(2.67–19.15)
[a, b]
55 23.64
(12.41–34.86)
[b]
EL 10 20.00
(0.00–44.79)
[a, d, e,gN h]
0 -
-
-
9 1R/8S
-
-
IT 19 42.11
(19.90–64.31)
[a]
19 26.32
(6.52–46.12)
[a]
19 63.16
(41.47–84.85)
[e]
NL 364 6.59
(4.04–9.14)
[c, i]
9 1R/8S
-
-
365 11.51
(8.23–14.78)
[c]
PT 6 3R/3S
-
-
7 2R/5S
-
-
7 1R/6S
-
-
RS 0 -
-
-
0 -
-
-
0 -
-
-
ES 13 15.38
(0.00-35.00)
[a, d, e, h, i]
8 0R/8S
-
-
11 18.18
(0.00-40.97)
[a, b, c]
SE 325 1.54
(0.20–2.88)
[f]
325 0
-
[c]
325 2.77
(0.99–4.55)
[d]
CH 41 24.39
(11.25–37.54)
[a, b]
41 9.76
(0.67–18.84)
[a, b]
41 19.51
(7.38–31.64)
[a, b, c]
UK 31 12.90
(1.10–24.70)
[b, c, e, g]
22 4.55
(0.00–13.25)
[a, b, c]
30 16.67
(3.33–30.00)
[a, b, c]
  1. FLU fluoroquinolones, CN gentamicin, SXT trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole
  2. aCountries: AT, Austria; BE, Belgium; DK, Denmark; FR, France; DE, Germany; EL, Greece; IT, Italy; NL, the Netherlands; PT, Portugal; RS, Serbia; ES, Spain; SE, Sweden; CH, Switzerland; UK, United Kingdom
  3. b95 % CI, 95 % Confidence interval
  4. cStat. Dif., Statistical significant differences. Countries with no statistical difference are marked with the same letter. Countries were compared by fisher exact test with an alpha value of 0.05. Countries with less than ten tested isolates were not compared
  5. n, Total number of Staphylococcus spp. tested for the considered antimicrobial category