Uji resistensi Escherichia coli dari peternakan ayam ras petelur di Desa Rumpin Kabupaten Bogor terhadap antibiotik
Escherichia coli is a type of flora that very common lives in human and animals intestines. Antibiotics can be used as therapy for infection of E. coli. The unwise used of antibiotics will cause resistance. The purpose of this study was to measure resistance level of E. coli which is isolated from laying hens towards cefpodoxime cefoxitin, ceftizoxime, aztreonam, oxacillin, nitrofurantoin, and sulfamethoxazole−trimethoprim. Samples were taken from swab cloaca of laying hens. Testing of resistance level of E. coli towards antibiotics was conducted with an agar diffusion method. The obtained results would be compared with Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute. The results showed that all of 17 E. coli isolates were resistant to cefpodoxime (100.0%), cefoxitin (58.82%), ceftizoxime (100.0%), aztreonam (94.12%), oxacillin (100.0%), nitrofurantoin (58.82%), and sulfamethoxazole−trimethoprim (82.35%).
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