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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of patients with community-onset vs healthcare-onset/associated E. coli bacteriuria episodes, San Francisco, 2014–2020

From: Trends in prevalence of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Escherichia coli isolated from patients with community- and healthcare-associated bacteriuria: results from 2014 to 2020 in an urban safety-net healthcare system

  Number of patients, N (%)
Community-onset
N = 5576
Healthcare-onset/associated
N = 926
Total
N = 6291
Age category (years)
0–17 329 (6) 12 (1) 334 (5)
18–34 1619 (29) 105 (11) 1677 (27)
35–64 2483 (45) 407 (44) 2786 (44)
65 +  1145 (21) 402 (43) 1494 (24)
Gender
Female 4841 (87) 639 (69) 5320 (85)
Male 731 (13) 287 (31) 967 (15)
Unknown 4 (< 1)   4 (< 1)
Race/ethnicity
Asian 1079 (19) 179 (19) 1231 (20)
Black 746 (13) 175 (19) 896 (14)
Latinx 2335 (42) 254 (27) 2494 (40)
Other 408 (7) 64 (7) 452 (7)
Unknown/Declined 90 (2) 8 (1) 97 (2)
White 918 (16) 246 (27) 1121 (18)
Preferred language
Chinese dialect 426 (8) 90 (10) 505 (8)
English 3167 (57) 626 (68) 3664 (58)
Unknown 82 (1) 15 (2) 98 (2)
Other 227 (4) 37 (4) 256 (4)
Spanish 1674 (30) 155 (17) 1768 (28)
  1. Data from a public healthcare system including inpatient and outpatient services and a skilled nursing facility