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Table 6 Resistance patterns of V. cholerae isolates

From: Water sources as reservoirs of Vibrio choleraeO1 and non-O1 strains in Bepanda, Douala (Cameroon): relationship between isolation and physico-chemical factors

SEROGROUP O1
No. Resistance pattern No. exhibiting resistance pattern (%)
R1 * TE R DXT R 3 (25)
R2 * AML R TE R SXT R 7 (58.3)
R3 AML R SXT R C R 1 (8.3)
R4 AML R AUG R CR 1 (8.3)
Total 12 (37.5)
SEROGROUP NON-O1/NON-O139
No. Resistance pattern No. exhibiting resistance pattern (%)
R5 AML R SXTR 4 (11.8)
R6 AML R TE R 1 (2.9)
R7 AUG R TE R 1 (2.9)
R8 AML R AUG R 1 (2.9)
R9 * TE R DXT R 4 (11.8)
R10 TE R SXT R 4 (11.8)
R11 TE R DXT R SXT R 2 (5.9)
R12 * AML R TE R SXT R 10 (29.4)
R13 AML R AUG R SXT R 1 (2.9)
R14 AUG R TE R SXT R 2 (5.9)
R15 AML R TE R DXT R SXT R 2 (5.9)
R16 AML R TE R SXT R C R 1 (2.9)
R17 AML R TE R DXT R SXT R C R 1 (2.9)
Total 34 (53.1)
  1. AML, amoxicillin; AUG, augmentin; TE, tetracycline; DXT, doxycycline; SXT, trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole; C, chloramphenicol; R, resistant; * resistance patterns detected in both Vibrio cholerae O1 and non-O1/non-O139 strains.