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Table 3 Sequence type distribution among Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolates from Sekou Toure hospital and Bugando Medical Centre

From: Surveillance of surgical site infections by Pseudomonas aeruginosa and strain characterization in Tanzanian hospitals does not provide proof for a role of hospital water plumbing systems in transmission

Sequence type Sekou Toure hospital
(N = 12)
  Bugando Medical Centre (N = 59)  
  Patients (2) Water(10) Patients (21) Water (38)
2307a - 8 4 3
2309a 2 - - -
2317a - - 1 -
2319a - - 4 -
2320a - - - 1
2325a - - - 1
2326a - - - 1
2327a - - - 1
235 - - 6 -
236 - - - 1
244 - - 1 -
252 - 1 - 1
316 - 1 - -
381 - - 1 25
399 - - 3 -
553 - - 1 -
641 - - - 1
834 - - - 3
  1. Key: aNew ST; bold letters indicate sequence type identity shared by patients and water samples