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Table 2 Antimicrobial resistance patterns of S. aureus strains isolated from clinical mastitis in cows

From: Virulence gene profiles: alpha-hemolysin and clonal diversity in Staphylococcus aureus isolates from bovine clinical mastitis in China

Number of types of resistance Patterns of resistance S. aurues (n = 103)
0 (5)   5
1 (8) CL 2
CRO 1
E 3
AMP 2
2 (45) P, AMP 39
CIP, AMP 1
OX, E 1
E, P 1
CIP, P 1
OX, AMP 1
OX, CIP 1
3 (28) OX, P, AMP 2
CIP, AMP, P 4
P, AMP, CL 3
E, P, AMP 14
P, AMP, CRO 1
AMX/CA, P, AMP 1
OX, E, CL 1
TE, AMP, P 2
4 (13) OX, E, CIP, CL 1
OX, AMX/CA, P, AMP 1
E, AMX/CA, P, AMP 1
OX, E, AMP, CL 1
OX, TE, E, AMP 1
OX, CIP, P, AMP 1
E, CIP, AMP, CL 3
TE, E, P, AMP 1
OX, E, P, AMP 1
E, P, AMP, CL 2
≥5 (5) OX, E, P, CTX, AMP 1
GM, E, P, AMP, CL 1
GM, E, CIP, AMP, CL 1
OX, E, CIP, P, AMP, CL 1
OX, TE, GM, E, CIP, P, CTX, AMP, CL, CRO 1
  1. AMP ampicillin, AMX/CA augmentin, CFX/K cephalexin/kanamycin, CIP ciprofloxacin, CL clindamycin, CRO ceftriaxone, CTX cefotaxime, E erythromycin, GM gentamicin, OX oxacillin, P penicillin, TE tetracycline