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You have isolated an Enterobacter cloacae from a positive blood culture. AST gives the following results: ampicillin is resistant, all cephalosporins and aminoglycosides are sensitive but meropenen, ertapenem and imipenem are resistant. What further testing (if any) is needed as this point.

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