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Table 8 The multidrug-resistance patterns of the isolated bacterial pathogens from pneumonic calves

From: Prevalence, the antibiogram and the frequency of virulence genes of the most predominant bacterial pathogens incriminated in calf pneumonia

Antimicrobial agentE. coli (N = 40), N (%)S. aureus (N = 20), N (%)P. aeruginosa (N = 10), N (%)P. multocida (N = 3), N (%)
Ampicillin8 (20%)20 (100%)10 (100%)3 (100%)
Amoxicillin12 (30%)20 (100%)10 (100%)3 (100%)
Erythromycin32 (80%)4 (20%)10 (100%)3 (100%)
Gentamicin36 (90%)4 (20%)
Streptomycin32 (80%)10 (50%)2 (20%)3 (100%)
Tetracycline16 (40%)14 (70%)8 (80%)
Trimethoprim-Sulphamethoxazol28 (70%)6 (30%)2 (20%)2 (67%)