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Internal quality assurance in diagnostic microbiology: A simple approach for insightful data

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AST agreement, per antibiotics.

Counts of concordant pairs of AST results are in green, minor discrepancies (sensitive versus intermediate or intermediate versus resistant) are in yellow and major discrepancies (sensitive versus resistant) are in red. Only antibiotics tested more than 10 times are represented. Complete results are available in S2 Table. AMC = amoxicillin-clavulanic acid; AMK = amikacin; AMP = ampicillin; AMX = amoxicillin; CAZ = ceftazidime; CIP = ciprofloxacin; CLI = clindamycin; CLR = clarithromycin; CRO = ceftriaxone; CXM = cefuroxime; ERY = erythromycin; ETP = ertapenem; FEP = cefepime; FOF = fosfomycin; GEN = gentamicin; IPM = imipenem; LVX = levofloxacin; MEM = meropenem; NIT = nitrofurantoin; PEN = penicillin; SXT = trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole; TEC = teicoplanin; TET = tetracycline; TOB = tobramycin; TZP = piperacillin-tazobactam; VAN = vancomycin.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187263.g002