TABLE 2

Frequency of Cases Determined To Be Optimal or Suboptimal Characterized by E coli Resistance Pattern and Discharge Antibiotic

CharacteristicOptimal, n (%)Suboptimal, n (%)P
E colia (n = 60)
 Ampicillin susceptible11 (38)18 (62).85
 Ampicillin resistant and cephalexin susceptible9 (32)19 (68).59
 Ampicillin resistant and cephalexin resistant2 (67)1 (33).55
Discharge antibiotica
 Cefprozil0 (0)18 (100)<.001
 Amoxicillin13 (93)1 (7).01
 Cefdinir2 (15)11 (85).05
 Cephalexin9 (82)2 (18).002
 Ciprofloxacin2 (20)8 (80).17
 Amoxicillin and/or clavulanate4 (67)2 (33).16
 Cefixime0 (0)1 (100).60
 Cefuroxime0 (0)1 (100).60
 Fosfomycin1 (100)0 (0).39
 Levofloxacin0 (0)1 (100).60
 Nitrofurantoin0 (0)1 (100).60
 Sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim0 (0)1 (100).60
  • a Percentages were calculated with the total for each row as the denominator.