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Table 3 Antimicrobial susceptibility of 3 Pasteurella Isolates against 17 agents provided by the Vitek 2 GN cards.

From: A case of wound dual infection with Pasteurella dagmatis and Pasteurella Canis resulting from a dog bite - limitations of Vitek-2 system in exact identification of Pasteurella species

  Strain-A* Pasteurella dagmatis Strain-B* Pasteurella canis Strain-C* Pasteurella canis
Antimicrobial agents MIC#(μg/ml) Category MIC#(μg/ml) Category MIC#(μg/ml) Category
Ampicillin ≤ 2 S* ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S
Sulbactam · Ampicillin ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S
Clavulanic · Amoxicillin ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S
Piperacillin ≤ 4 S ≤ 4 S ≤ 4 S
Cefazolin ≤ 4 S ≤ 4 S ≤ 4 S
Cefotaxime ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Ceftazidime ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Cefpime ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Imipenem ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Meropenem ≤ 0.25 S ≤ 0.2 S ≤ 0.25 S
Aztreonam ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Gentamicin ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Amikacin 4 S ≤ 2 S ≤ 2 S
Minocycline ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S ≤ 1 S
Ciprofloxacin ≤ 0.25 S ≤ 0.25 S ≤ 0.25 S
Levofloxacin ≤ 0.25 S ≤ 0.251 S ≤ 0.12 S
Sulfamethoxazole · Trimethoprim ≤ 20 S 20 S ≤ 20 S
  1. *: See text in Microbiological Properties of the Isolates for the origins and the backgrounds of respective isolate. #: Minimum inhibitory concentration ※: Susceptible