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Volume 11, Number 6—June 2005

Research

Integrating Escherichia coli Antimicrobial Susceptibility Data from Multiple Surveillance Programs

John M. Stelling*†Comments to Author , Karin Travers*, Ronald N. Jones‡§, Philip J. Turner¶, Thomas F. O'Brien*†, and Stuart B. Levy*§
Author affiliations: *Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; †Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; ‡The Jones Group, North Liberty, Iowa, USA; §Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; ¶AstraZeneca, Macclesfield, Cheshire, United Kingdom

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Figure 1

Comparison of MYSTIC and SENTRY rates of Escherichia coli nonsusceptibility rates in 2001 to antimicrobial drugs tested by both networks. Significant findings are indicated with an asterisk where the MYSTIC estimate is higher than the SENTRY result and with a plus sign when the SENTRY estimate is higher. Country codes are the official 3-letter codes designated by the International Organization for Standardization: BEL, Belgium; CAN, Canada; DEU, Germany; ESP, Spain; GBR, United Kingdom; GRC, Gre

Figure 1. . Comparison of MYSTIC and SENTRY rates of Escherichia coli nonsusceptibility rates in 2001 to antimicrobial drugs tested by both networks. Significant findings are indicated with an asterisk where the MYSTIC estimate is higher than the SENTRY result and with a plus sign when the SENTRY estimate is higher. Country codes are the official 3-letter codes designated by the International Organization for Standardization: BEL, Belgium; CAN, Canada; DEU, Germany; ESP, Spain; GBR, United Kingdom; GRC, Greece; ITA, Italy; SWE, Sweden; TUR, Turkey; and USA, United States.

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