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The most likely explanation for this low bacterial sensitivity is its widespread use for UTI chemoprophylaxis in Croatia.
The antibiotic sensitivity test revealed bacterial sensitivity to Ceftriaxone (++++), Oxytetracycline (+ + +), Enrofloxacin (+ +), Gentamicin (++), Ampicillin (+) and Ciprofloxacin (+) after 48 hours of incubation.
The therapeutic potential of herbal-based anti-infectives against identified respiratory bacterial pathogens was evaluated in parallel to the routine assessment of bacterial sensitivity to a panel of commercially-available antibiotics.