The importance of knowing susceptibility patterns of bacterial isolates in patients with Community-acquired pneumonia has been identified as a key step towards limiting unnecessary antibacterial prescribing and treating patients effectively. Most of tested gram negative bacilli isolates were sensitive (90%) to ceftriaxone and ciprofloxacin.
Citation: Regasa B. (2014) Drug Resistance Patterns of Bacterial Pathogens from Adult Patients with Pneumonia in Arba Minch Hospital, South Ethiopia. J Med Microb Diagn 3:151.