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Volume 8, Number 1—January 2002

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Surveillance for Antimicrobial Resistance in Croatia

Arjana Tambiæ Andraševiæ*Comments to Author , Tera Tambiæ†Comments to Author , Smilja Kaleniæ‡, Vera Jankoviæ§, and the Working Group of the Croatian Committee for Antibiotic Resistance Surveillance
Author affiliations: *University Hospital for Infectious Diseases “Dr F. Mihaljeviæ,” Zagreb, Croatia; †Croatian Academy of Medical Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia; ‡Zagreb Clinical Hospital Center, Zagreb, Croatia; §Croatian National Institute of Public Health, Zagreb, Croatia

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Resistance rates (%) to selected antimicrobial agents in gram-positive bacteria in Croatia (June 1 to December 31, 1999.) The number of resistant organisms / number of organisms tested is given in brackets. Note: macrolide resistance = resistance to erythromycin; azithromycin/penicillin resistance in pneumococci = nonusceptibility to penicillin; gentamicin resistance in enterococci = high-level resistance.

Figure 2. Resistance rates (%) to selected antimicrobial agents in gram-positive bacteria in Croatia (June 1 to December 31, 1999.) The number of resistant organisms / number of organisms tested is given in brackets. Note: macrolide resistance = resistance to erythromycin; azithromycin/penicillin resistance in pneumococci = nonusceptibility to penicillin; gentamicin resistance in enterococci = high-level resistance.

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1Vlatka Janeš Poje, Vlasta Giliæ, Smilja Kaleniæ, Zdenka Kotarski, Bla_a Krakar, Nastja Ku_išec Tepeš, Ivanka Lerotiæ, Biserka Matica, Danica Milanoviæ Martinoviæ, Marina Payerl-Pal, Mirna Petanoviæ, Vera Jankoviæ, Marinka Piškoriæ, Volga Punda-Poliæ, Ljubomira Radoloviæ, Ivanka Ritterman, Antonija Sokal, Jasenka Škrlin, Nataša Šterk-Kuzmanoviæ, Nevenka Tkalec-Makovec, Dubravka Vukoviæ.

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