For each site, a list of tested organisms should be presented in graphical format, indicating the number of stocks and freshly for each species or species. A list of lines shall be provided for all organisms with differences in MIC and/or category results between the reference method and the new product, including, where applicable, gender or type, location, reference method result, test result, type of error, vaccination method and measured value. You must provide summary data for all organisms and study sites, together with Table 5A. This table can also be used to group all organizations by location. They should also provide summary data by organization using Table 5. Of the 163 gramnegative bacterial granules identified at the species level, the first 90, including 72 enterobacteriaceae and 18 non-fermenting gramnegative bacilli, were collected one after the other and used for direct VITEK 2 ASAT tests. Unfortunately, for financial reasons, the remaining 73 pellets were not tested with AST direct VITEK 2. The results were compared with those of the CLASSIC culture-dependent AST method, The distribution of category overestimation and error rates between the two methods is presented in Table 3. A total of 1,296 antimicrobial tests were analyzed in Enterobacteriaceae samples. Between the two methods, the overall category match rate was 94.83% (1,229/1,296), with a low error rate of 4.17% (54/1,296), a large margin of error of 0.92% (12/1,296) and a very large margin of error of 0.08% (1/1,296). .