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Figure 1: Antimicrobial resistance in urinary tract infection treated in outpatient department (n = 578 patients). Gentamicin (G), amikacin (Ak), piperacillin–tazobactam (Pz), cefuroxime (Cf), cefotaxime (Cfo), ceftazidime (Cfz), cefoperazone–sulbactam (Cfs), cefepime (Cp), imipenem (I), trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole (Tz), ciprofloxacin (C), levofloxacin (L), doxycycline (D), and nitrofurantoin (N)

Figure 1: Antimicrobial resistance in urinary tract infection treated in outpatient department (<i>n</i> =  578 patients). Gentamicin (G), amikacin (Ak), piperacillin–tazobactam (Pz),  cefuroxime  (Cf),  cefotaxime  (Cfo),  ceftazidime  (Cfz),  cefoperazone–sulbactam  (Cfs),  cefepime  (Cp),  imipenem  (I),  trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole  (Tz), ciprofloxacin (C), levofloxacin (L), doxycycline (D), and nitrofurantoin (N)