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cephalothin

 [sef´ah-lo-thin]
a semisynthetic first-generation cephalosporinantibiotic, effective against a wide range of gram-positive and a limited range of gram-negative bacteria.

cephalothin

Cefalotin® Infectious disease A parenteral semisynthetic derivative of cephalosporin C, and 3rd generation broad-spectrum cephalosporin

cephalothin

a first generation cephalosporin antibiotic. Sensitive organisms include many penicillin-resistant staphylococci.
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The antibiotic sensitivity test of the bacterial strains (K2 & K10) isolated from Bani Malek and Al-khoba hot springs, Jazan, KSA Antibiotic Bacterial Inhibition Bacterial Inhibition isolate K2 zone (mm) isolate K10 zone (mm) Amikacin S 24 S 26 Cefepime S 25 S 25 Ticarcillin R 0 S 20 Piperacillin S 18 S 21 Gentamicin S 25 S 32 Colistin R 0 S 30 Rifampicin S 10 S 26 Penicillin R 0 S 26 Imipenem S 35 S 50 Cephalothin R 0 S 50 Clindamycin R 0 S 20 Cotrimoxazole S 10 S 30 Erythromycin S 20 S 35 Ampicillin R 0 S 22 Table 3.
Maldaner, Cavalli, Rossi, Scapin and Sardigla (2011), in a research that evaluated the resistance to antibiotics profile of isolated Escherichia coli strains of people with suspect urinary tract infection, the antibiotics: ampicillin, cephalothin and amikacin were the ones that showed a bigger resistance indices, especially in the isolated of patients take into the hospital when compared to the isolated of communitarian patients.
3%) were susceptible to amikacin, whereas all of them were resistant to cephalothin and clindamycin.
navarrensis CAS, ELAS, PHOS, HEM ATM, CRO CAS: caseinase, GEL: gelatinase, PHOS: phospholipase, HEM: hemolytic activity, LIP: lipase, ELAS: elastase, PEN: penicillin, CET: cephalothin, AMP: ampicillin, ATM: aztreonam, CRO: ceftriaxone.
The strongest antimicrobial resistance seen in cattle was to the antimicrobial agents Cephalothin, Cefazolin, Nalidixic Acid, Oxicillin, Doxycycline, and Cefotaxime.
pseudintermedius isolated were susceptible to amikacin, tobramycin, gentamicin, cephalothin, vancomycin, imipenem and chloramphenicol.
Probiotic candidate OY15 was susceptible to 10 of the antibiotic disks, showing intermediate susceptibility to neomycin (5 lag) and trimethoprim (5 lag), and exhibiting resistance to ampicillin (10 lug) as well as cephalothin (30 lug).
The most common antibiotics used were gentamicin and cephalothin sodium.
marcescens remaining in circulation, hemolymph was diluted in saline, suspended in 10 ml of molten DNase-toluidine blue cephalothin (DTC) agar (Farmer et al.
coli testing sequence Donor Specimen type Urine Urine Testing Donor OPO A facility hospital Day specimen 5 days 2 days collected before before organ organ recovery recovery Day preliminary -- ([dagger]) Organ report recovery available day Day final Unknown after organ report 2 days recovery available Antimicrobial susceptibility ([section]) Amikacin Amoxicillin/clavulanate S Ampicillin/sulbactam Ampicillin S R Cefazolin S R Cefepime Cefotaxime Ceftazidime Ceftriaxone I Cefuroxime Cephalothin Ciprofloxacin Gentamicin S S Imipenem Levofloxacin S R Meropenem S Minocycline Nalidoxic acid Nitrofurantoin S I Norfloxacin Piperacillin/tazobactam R Tobramycin S Ticarcillin/clavulanate Trimethoprim/ sulfamethoxazole S R E.
The tests used included oxidase tests, hippurate hydrolysis, nitrate reduction, hydrogen sulphide production (in triple sugar iron agar), and susceptibility to cephalothin and nalidixic acid.