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Table 1 Clinical symptoms of K. pneumoniae BSI

From: Clinical and molecular characteristics, risk factors and outcomes of Carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae bloodstream infections in the intensive care unit

Variable CSKp (n = 17) CRKp (n = 31) P
APACHEII score(mean ± SD) 18.18 ± 7.48 15.03 ± 6.38 0.089
WBC 10E9/L (mean ± SD) 14.24 ± 13.63 13.99 ± 9.66 0.497
leukocytes count (mean ± SD) 81.20 ± 14.60 88.02 ± 7.95 0.180
CRP(mg/l)(mean ± SD) 162.49 ± 118.07 113.74 ± 79.63 0.191
ALT (mean ± SD) 152.88 ± 399.23 49.84 ± 50.05 0.359
AST (mean ± SD) 490.82 ± 1655.64 49.63 ± 48.54 0.088
Total bilirubin (mean ± SD) 73.06 ± 142.17 62.68 ± 128.66 0.754
Direct bilirubin (mean ± SD) 43.29 ± 83.58 39.48 ± 86.63 0.779
PT (s) (mean ± SD) 17.71 ± 10.54 15.05 ± 5.27 0.439
Creatinine (mean ± SD) 165.06 ± 127.01 93.77 ± 84.35 0.039
Urea nitrogen (mean ± SD) 14.42 ± 9.88 14.40 ± 10.05 0.931
  1. Abbreviations: CSKp carbapenem-susceptible Klebsiella pneumoniae, CRKp carbapenem-resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae, WBC white blood cell, CRP C-reactive protein, ALT alanine transaminase, AST aspartate transaminase, PT prothrombin time