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Table 1 The resistance of S. aureus and S. pneumoniae in all practices, adult practices and paediatric practices

From: Patient-related factors, antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial resistance of the commensal Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pneumoniae in a healthy population - Hungarian results of the APRES study

Resistance All practices Adult practices Paediatric practices
S. aureus n = 541 n = 317 n = 173
 R ≥ 1 434 (80.2%) 237 (74.8%) 151 (87.3%)
 J01C 410 (75.8%) 221 (69.7%) 145 (83.8%)
 J01F 65 (12.0%) 32 (10.1%) 28 (16.2%)
S. pneumoniae n = 159 n = 28 n = 119
 R ≥ 1 112 (70.4%) 10 (35.7%) 95 (79.8%)
 J01C 30 (18.9%) 3 (10.7%) 25 (21.0%)
 J01F 18 (11.3%) 2 (7.1%) 15 (12.6%)
  1. [R ≥ 1, resistance to one or more antibiotics; J01C resistance to penicillins; J01F resistance to macrolides/lincosamides]