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Figure F. Drugs Used to Treat Gonorrhea Among GISP Participants

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CLINIC% of cases
NoneCeftriaxone 250 mgCeftriaxone 125 mgCiprofloxacinCefiximeOfloxacinOtherOther Cephalo.
ALBUQUERQUE.93.9.....6.1
ATLANTA3.813.780.8.0.5.1.1.
BALTIMORE2.4.96.60.7...0.3
BIRMINGHAM..90.7..9.3..
CHICAGO0.412.513.6.2.7.1.669.3
CINCINNATI3.9.94.41.7....
CLEVELAND1.77.989.21.2....
DALLAS2.02.095.6...0.3.
DENVER2.40.494.8..1.60.8.
DETROIT2.52.839.8.3.9.1.449.6
GREENSBORO0.63.68.4.40.1.3.044.3
HONOLULU.2.597.5.....
KANSAS CITY2.0.96.4...1.6.
LAS VEGAS.16.084.0.....
LOS ANGELES0.859.237.6...2.4.
MIAMI.15.672.30.83.50.80.46.6
MINNEAPOLIS.0.640.848.610.1...
NEW ORLEANS.68.0..30.2.1.7.
NEW YORK CITY.95.1....4.9.
OKLAHOMA CITY..50.0.41.4.8.6.
ORANGE COUNTY1.1.97.7...1.1.
PHILADELPHIA1.6.96.0...2.4.
PHOENIX5.088.45.8...0.8.
PORTLAND.51.3..1.3.4.642.8
RICHMOND3.4.95.7....0.9
SAN DIEGO.2.295.6...2.2.
SAN FRANCISCO.0.91.9....97.2
SEATTLE0.6.5.6....93.8

 
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