STUDY REGARDING RESPONSE TO ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS OF SALMONELLA ENTERICA STRAINS, ISOLATED FROM VARIOUS ECOLOGICAL AREAS

C. Andor, E. Avram, C. Ceică, Cosmina Cuc, Gh. Răpuntean

Abstract


Between 2006 - 2008, we collected 106 Salmonella from birds (79 isolates) and pigs (27 isolates). These isolates were tested for susceptibility by antimicrobial disk diffusion method (Kirby –Bauer), according to NCCLS guidelines (1). The most sensitive drug for S. enterica tested were enrofloxacine (95.2%), ceftriaxone (93.3%), trimetroprim-sulfametoxazole (86.7%), ceftazidime (85.8%), ampiciline - sulbactam (83.9%), gentamycin (81.1%) and minimal values of sensibility were recorded for nitrofurantoine (3.8%), furazolidon (4.7%), nalidixic acid (5.6%), neomycin (6.6 %), flumequin (6.6%). tetracycline (7.5%).

Keywords


Salmonella enterica; antimicrobial agents; antimicrobial sensitivity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-vm:65:1:416




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