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                      Table
9: Antibiotic susceptibility among  K. pneumonia  (n = 27) derived from

                                   Yamuna River 

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

70 %

30 %

3

Ceftriaxone

80 %

20 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

50 %

50 %

6

Ceftazidime

70 %

30 %

7

Metronidazole

83.33 %

16.67 %

8

Meropenem

30 %

70 %

9

Azithromycin

40 %

60 %

10

Amikacin

10 %

90 %

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

                      Table 10:  Scoring of antibiotic resistance among E.
coli (n = 30) derived from   

                                   Yamuna River

 

                                    

                    

                             Fig. 20  Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Yamuna
River: E. coli

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

92.59 %

7.41 %

3

Ceftriaxone

81.48 %

18.52 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

40.74 %

59.26 %

6

Ceftazidime

77.77 %

22.23 %

7

Metronidazole

100 %

0 %

8

Meropenem

40.74 %

59.26 %

9

Azithromycin

40.74 %

59.26 %

10

Amikacin

100 %

0 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       
Table 11:  Scoring
of antibiotic resistance among K.
pneumonia (n = 27)

                                         derived
from Yamuna River     

             

                         

                          Fig. 21 
Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Yamuna River: K. pneumonia

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of
resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

4

0

2

CTX

3

1

3

CTR

3

1

4

CIP

4

0

5

CPD

2

2

6

CAZ

3

1

7

MT

3

1

8

MRP

1

3

9

AZM

2

2

10

AK

1

3

 

 

            

 

 

 

 

                        

                             
Table 12: Antibiotic
susceptibility among  E. coli 
(n = 4) derived from       

                                             Sewage
Water

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

3

0

2

CTX

2

1

3

CTR

2

1

4

CIP

3

0

5

CPD

1

2

6

CAZ

2

1

7

MT

2

1

8

MRP

1

2

9

AZM

2

1

10

AK

1

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               Table 13: Antibiotic
susceptibility among K. pneumonia  (n = 3) derived

                                      from Sewage Water

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

66.66 %

33.34 %

3

Ceftriaxone

66.66 %

33.34 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

50 %

50 %

6

Ceftazidime

66.66 %

33.34 %

7

Metronidazole

66.66 %

33.34 %

8

Meropenem

25 %

75 %

9

Azithromycin

50 %

50 %

10

Amikacin

25 %

75 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                       
Table 14:   Scoring of antibiotic resistance among E. coli (n =
4) derived

                        from
Sewage water

           

                     

                          
Fig.22 Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Sewage water: E. coli                        

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

66.66 %

33.34 %

3

Ceftriaxone

66.66 %

33.34 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

33.33 %

66.67 %

6

Ceftazidime

66.66 %

33.34 %

7

Metronidazole

66.66 %

33.34 %

8

Meropenem

33.33 %

66.67 %

9

Azithromycin

66.66 %

33.34 %

10

Amikacin

33.33 %

66.67 %

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

          

                     Table 15: 
Scoring of antibiotic resistance among K. pneumonia (n = 3) derived

                          from Sewage water    

 

                        

                         Fig.23
 Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of
Sewage water: K. pneumonia  

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

5

0

2

CTX

4

1

3

CTR

3

2

4

CIP

5

0

5

CPD

3

2

6

CAZ

4

1

7

MT

4

1

8

MRP

1

4

9

AZM

3

2

10

AK

1

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        Table
16:  Antibiotic
susceptibility among E. coli (n =
5) derived from                             
    

                                           Hindon River 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

5

0

2

CTX

4

1

3

CTR

3

2

4

CIP

5

0

5

CPD

3

2

6

CAZ

4

1

7

MT

4

1

8

MRP

1

4

9

AZM

3

2

10

AK

1

4

 

               

                                                                                                                                       

 

 

s

 

             Table
17:
Antibiotic susceptibility among K. pneumonia (n = 5) derived from

                             Hindon River

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

66.66 %

33.34 %

3

Ceftriaxone

66.66 %

33.34 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

50 %

50 %

6

Ceftazidime

66.66 %

33.34 %

7

Metronidazole

66.66 %

33.34 %

8

Meropenem

25 %

75 %

9

Azithromycin

50 %

50 %

10

Amikacin

25 %

75 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 

                        
Table 18:  Scoring
of antibiotic resistance among E.
coli (n = 5) derived from       

                        
                 Hindon
River

  

                       

                        
  Fig. 24  Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Hindon
River: E. coli

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

80 %

20 %

3

Ceftriaxone

60 %

40 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

60 %

40 %

6

Ceftazidime

80 %

20 %

7

Metronidazole

80 %

20 %

8

Meropenem

20 %

80 %

9

Azithromycin

60 %

40 %

10

Amikacin

20 %

80 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

         

 

                            
Table 19:  Scoring
of antibiotic resistance among K.
pneumonia  (n = 5)

                                              derived
from Hindon River       

     

 

             

                       Fig. 25 
Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Hindon River: K. pneumonia

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

5

0

2

CTX

4

1

3

CTR

4

1

4

CIP

5

0

5

CPD

2

3

6

CAZ

4

1

7

MT

4

1

8

MRP

4

1

9

AZM

2

3

10

AK

1

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            
Table 20: Antibiotic
susceptibility among E. coli (n =
5) derived from

                          Faridabad
waste water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

3

0

2

CTX

3

0

3

CTR

3

0

4

CIP

3

0

5

CPD

3

0

6

CAZ

2

1

7

MT

2

1

8

MRP

2

1

9

AZM

2

1

10

AK

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

      Table. 21: Antibiotic susceptibility among K. pneumonia (n = 3) derived

                                from Faridabad waste water

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of  (%) of resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

80 %

20 %

3

Ceftriaxone

60 %

40 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

60 %

40 %

6

Ceftazidime

80 %

20 %

7

Metronidazole

80 %

20 %

8

Meropenem

20 %

80 %

9

Azithromycin

40 %

60 %

10

Amikacin

20 %

80 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      Table
22:  Scoring of antibiotic resistance
among E. coli  (n = 5) derived from 

                                       Faridabad
waste water    

                                                 

                         

                           Fig. 26 
Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Faridabad waste water: E. coli

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

100 %

0 %

3

Ceftriaxone

100 %

0 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

100 %

0 %

5

Cefpodoxim

100 %

0 %

6

Ceftazidime

66.66 %

33.34 %

7

Metronidazole

66.66 %

33.34 %

8

Meropenem

66.66 %

33.34 %

9

Azithromycin

66.66 %

33.34 %

10

Amikacin

66.66 %

33.34 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table 23: 
Scoring of antibiotic resistance among K. pneumonia  (n = 3) derived          

                                  from Faridabad waste water

                         

                 Fig. 27   Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of
Faridabad waste water: K.

                                  Pneumonia

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

2

0

2

CTX

1

1

3

CTR

1

1

4

CIP

2

0

5

CPD

1

1

6

CAZ

0

2

7

MT

0

2

8

MRP

0

2

9

AZM

0

2

10

AK

0

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                

                       Table
24:
Antibiotic susceptibility among E. coli (n = 2) derived from Ground

                             Water

 

 

 

 

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No. of resistant strains

No. of susceptible strains

1

AMP

1

1

2

CTX

0

2

3

CTR

0

2

4

CIP

1

1

5

CPD

0

2

6

CAZ

0

2

7

MT

1

1

8

MRP

0

2

9

AZM

1

2

10

AK

1

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                          Table 25: Antibiotic
susceptibility among K. pneumonia (n =
2) derived

                                          from Ground
water

 

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

100
%

0 %

2

Cefotaxime

50 %

50 %

3

Ceftriaxone

50 %

50 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

0 %

100 %

5

Cefpodoxim

50 %

50 %

6

Ceftazidime

0 %

100 %

7

Metronidazole

0 %

100 %

8

Meropenem

0 %

100 %

9

Azithromycin

0 %

100 %

10

Amikacin

0 %

100 %

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

        Table 26:  Scoring of antibiotic resistance among E. coli  (n = 2) derived   

                                          from
Ground water

                 

                         

                            
Fig 28  Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of Ground water: E. coli

S.No.

Antibiotics

No.  (%) of
resistant strains

No. (%) of susceptible strains

1

Ampicillin

50
%

50 %

2

Cefotaxime

0 %

100 %

3

Ceftriaxone

0 %

100 %

4

Ciprofloxacin

50 %

50 %

5

Cefpodoxim

0 %

100 %

6

Ceftazidime

0 %

100 %

7

Metronidazole

50 %

50 %

8

Meropenem

50 %

50 %

9

Azithromycin

50 %

50 %

10

Amikacin

50 %

50 %

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

     Table 27:   Scoring
of antibiotic resistance among K.
pneumonia  (n = 2)

                               derived from Ground water