10 AK 27 0                              Table9: 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 YamunaRiver: E. coli  S.No. Antibiotics No.  (%) of resistant strains No.

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(%) 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:  Scoringof antibiotic resistance among K.

pneumonia (n = 27)                                         derivedfrom 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: Antibioticsusceptibility among  E. coli (n = 4) derived from                                                     SewageWater       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: Antibioticsusceptibility 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                         fromSewage 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 ofSewage 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                Table16:  Antibioticsusceptibility 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              Table17: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:  Scoringof antibiotic resistance among E.coli (n = 5) derived from                                                HindonRiver                                                    Fig. 24  Bar Diagram of antibiotic profile of HindonRiver: 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:  Scoringof antibiotic resistance among K.pneumonia  (n = 5)                                               derivedfrom 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: Antibioticsusceptibility among E. coli (n =5) derived from                          Faridabadwaste 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 %                                 Table22:  Scoring of antibiotic resistanceamong E. coli  (n = 5) derived from                                         Faridabadwaste 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 ofFaridabad 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                                               Table24: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: Antibioticsusceptibility among K.

pneumonia (n =2) derived                                           from Groundwater  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                                             fromGround 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:   Scoringof antibiotic resistance among K.pneumonia  (n = 2)                                derived from Ground water