Jmcgh Intensive Care Unit: Non-Urine Sites Only

                                                                              Numbers are percent susceptible

 

Gram Positive Organisms

No. of isolates

am

cx

*m

cx

*nm

cc

dap

e

gm

le

lnz

ox

rif

te

tmp/

smx

van

Coagulase Negative Staph

221

-

-

-

37

-

22

57

34

100

12

93

74

-

100

Enterococcus species

100

82

-

-

-

-

12

-

-

91

-

-

15

-

76

Staphylococcus aureus

294

-

-

-

58

100

34

93

56

100

41

98

92

98

100

Streptococcus pneumoniae

12*

-

60

90

-

-

8

-

100

100

-

-

42

58

 

100

 

*NO. of isolates-“Percent susceptible for each organism/antimicrobial combination was generated by including the first isolate of that organism recovered from a given patient.” When fewer than 30 isolates are reported it should be noted that less than statistical validity of the estimates of percent susceptibility exist.

 

Abbreviation Key: am-ampicillin, cx-ceftriaxone, CC-clindamycin, Dap-Daptomycin, e-erythromycin, gm-gentamicin, le-levofloxacin, lnz-linezolid, ox-oxacillin, Rif-Rifampin, te-tetracycline, tmp/smx-trimethoprim/sulfa,

van-vancomycin

 

- antibiotics not tested or not recommended due to lack of correlation between in vitro results and in vivo activity.

 

All beta lactam antibiotics are automatically reported as resistant on an oxacillin (methicillin) resistant staphylococcus species. Speciation of coagulase negative staphylococcus is only performed when specifically requested by the physician.