Decreased Susceptibility to Azithromycin in Clinical Shigella Isolates Associated with HIV and Sexually Transmitted Bacterial Diseases, Minnesota, USA, 2012–2015
, Pamela Talley, Anna Bowen, Fe Leano, Ginette Dobbins, Selina Jawahir, Annastasia Gross, Dawn Huspeni, Allison La Pointe, Stephanie Meyer, and Kirk Smith
Author affiliations: Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA (D. Eikmeier, F. Leano, G. Dobbins, S. Jawahir, A. Gross, D. Huspeni, A. La Pointe, S. Meyer, K. Smith); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (P. Talley, A. Bowen)
Figure 2. Percentage of 46 clinical Shigella isolates tested at the Minnesota Department of Health that had DSA, by year and demographic group, 2012–2015. DSA, decreased susceptibility to azithromycin.
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