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Table 2 Antibiotic susceptibility pattern and biofilm producing capacity of K. pneumoniae clinical isolates

From: Biofilm formation and antibiotic resistance of Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from clinical samples in a tertiary care hospital, Klaten, Indonesia

  Biofilm Producer Non-Biofilm Producer
No Antibiotics Number tested Sensitive Resistant Sensitive Resistant
n % n % n % n %
1 Ampicillin 167 3 2.10 140 97.90 1 4.17 23 95.38
2 Cefazolin 139 42 34.71 79 65.29 8 44.44 10 55.56
3 Gentamicin 167 88 61.54 55 38.46 17 70.83 7 29.17
4 Tobramycin 167 77 53.85 66 46.15 18 75.00 6 25.00
5 Amikacin 167 137 95.80 6 4.20 22 91.67 2 8.33
6 Amoxicillin-Clavulanic acid 139 75 61.98 46 38.02 13 72.22 5 27.78
7 Piperacillin-Tazobactam 38 27 90.00 3 10.00 7 87.50 1 12.50
8 Cefuroxime 167 59 41.26 84 58.74 14 58.33 10 41.67
9 Cefepime 166 62 43.66 80 56.34 15 62.50 9 37.50
10 Ceftriaxone 167 62 43.36 81 56,64 15 62.50 9 37.50
11 Ciprofloxacin 80 36 55.38 29 44.62 13 86.67 2 13.33
12 Levofloxacin 166 109 76.76 33 23.24 23 95.83 1 4.17
13 Meropenem 167 141 98.60 2 1,40 24 100.00 0 0.00
14 Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole 146 60 46.88 68 53,13 12 66.67 6 33.33