Human Isolates Final Report—Interactive Graphs | NARMS | CDC
NARMS 2012 Human Isolates Final Report—Interactive Graphs
These six interactive graphs show the percentage of NARMS human isolates that are resistant to various antibiotics by year. Choose the pathogen and antibiotic to see how that bug-drug resistance has been trending since 1996.
Instructions for using the interactive graphs:
- The graphs can be found below in .swf file format. Adobe Flash Player is needed for the graphs to be interactive. Download the free Adobe Flash Player from Adobe's website.
- Click on each type of bacteria to view (or hide) the corresponding interactive graph.
- For the non-typhoidal Salmonella graph, select All Serotypes Overall, or select any one of the five specific serotypes listed: Enteritidis,Typhimurium, Newport, Heidelberg, or I 4,,12:i:-.
- For the Campylobacter graph, select C. jejuni or C. coli individually.
- For the Shigella graphs, select All Species, or select S. flexnerior S. sonnei.
- Click on an antimicrobial class and then on the antimicrobial agent you want to view. Click on the up and down arrows ( and ) to view all of the classes.
- To view the percentage resistance for a given data point, move your mouse pointer over that data point. Note that resistance <0.05% is shown as 0.0% in the interactive graphs.
- Click on the check boxes below the graph to hide (or display) the percentage resistant or the confidence limits.
- All graphs are set to auto-scale. The number of isolates tested each year is displayed in a table below the graph.
- Graphs are best viewed with Internet Explorer. Download Internet Explorer at Microsoft's website.
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