Active Ingredients: Ciprofloxacin
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Bacterial infections: Indications for CIPRO: Susceptible infections, including lower respiratory tract, acute exacerbations of chronic bronchitis AECB, skin and skin structures, bone and joint, acute sinusitis, complicated intraabdominal w.
Postexposure prophylaxis and treatment of anthrax. Infectious diarrhea, typhoid fever, uncomplicated cervical and urethral gonorrhea: oral form only. Nosocomial pneumonia, empiric therapy in febrile neutropenia: IV form only. For AECB, acute sinusitis, and acute uncomplicated cystitis: reserve for those who have no alternative treatment options.
Our results suggest that multiresistance emerges early in the development of ciprofloxacin resistance and place constraints on several of the possible explanations for association between ciprofloxacin resistance and multiresistance.
We also reinvestigate our earlier findings suggesting fluoroquinolone resistance and clonal spread and the emergence of fluoroquinolone resistance in clonal group A.
The isolates are clearly separated into three subpopulations with peak MICs of 0. The first population consists of the nalidixic acid sensitive isolates, while the second two contain the nalidixic acid resistant isolates.
We have chosen to divide our material on the basis of the natural divisions between the three subpopulations at 0. In order to avoid confusion with the established sensitive-intermediate-resistant terminology, we refer to our three subpopulations as Cipro 0.Abstract Background The problem of emerging ciprofloxacin resistance is compounded by its frequent association with multiresistance, the reason sensitive and resistant to the quinolone. In this study we compare multiresistance, clonal similarities and phylogenetic group in urinary tract isolates of Escherichia coli for which is not fully understood antimicrobials nalidixic acid and ciprofloxacin.
Figure 1 Trimodal distribution of ciprofloxacin MIC. Nalidixic acid sensitive isolates are shown in grey.
Vertical lines delineate the subdivisions used for analysis in the rest of the article.
Full size image Resistance to non-quinolone antibiotics Nalidixic acid resistant isolates Cipro 0.
There was also a slight, but significant difference in the number of resistances between Cipro 0.
Eight isolates were fully susceptible only to nitrofurantoin. Only one nalidixic acid sensitive isolate was multiresistant. Ten isolates were non-typable due to DNA degradation; these were excluded from statistical analyses of clonal groups.
Eight of these isolates were also resistant to trimethoprim, and seven were resistant to tetracycline and ampicillin. Grey indicates that the sample is excluded from the study. Panels a - e are parts of a single image which has been divided for convenience of presentation.
The left border of panel a is the right border of panel b, and so forth. Clone numbers are placed between the dendrogram and the gel pictures.
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