Objective. To study in vitro activity of antimicrobials against clinical isolates from patients with communityacquired urinary tract infections (UTIs) in different regions of Russia in 2017–2018.
Materials and Methods. A total of 1052 Enterobacterales isolates collected in the Russian Federation as part of a multicenter, prospective, epidemiological study of the antimicrobial resistance of uropathogens causing community-acquired UTI in different subsets of patients (“DARMIS-2018”) were included in the analysis. Uropathogens were isolated from children and adults of both sexes in all age groups with acute (and recurrences of chronic) community-acquired UTIs, including pregnant women with asymptomatic bacteriuria in 32 centers of 24 cities of Russia in 2017–2018.