Author(s): Ilderina Jusufović, Dževida Tarakčija,, Ilma Jusufović
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Volume. 6 - Issue. 07 , July - 2017
This review summarizes current data on prevalence and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonella spp. isolates worldwide. Salmonella spp. is leading pathogen and its antimicrobial resistance is rising problem in different parts of the world. In this study, in order to see the antimicrobials' percentage of resistance 20 papers were selected published in last 20 years where are used two common methods: E-test and agar disc diffusion method. By analyzing these papers the following results are obtained: ampicillin definitely had the highest percentage of antimicrobial resistance in most samples which is 100% (milk and human/animal feces). On the other hand, the lowest percentage of antimicrobial resistance is shown in chloramphenicol resulting in 1.2% (human feces). So, none of tested antimicrobials showed 0% of resistance to any type of sample which is not giving satisfactory results.
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