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Table 4 Bacterial growth from CRE screenings and culture confirmed HAI (N = 694 patients)

From: Admission screening and cohort care decrease carbapenem resistant enterobacteriaceae in Vietnamese pediatric ICU’s

  E. coli N (%) K. pneumonia N (%) KESC # N (%) Other## N (%) Total N isolates N (%) Mortality N (%)
CREpos screening (%) 185 (41)P
185 (35)I
173 (38)P
173 (32)I
116 (26)P
116 (22)I
62 (14)P
62 (12)I
453 (118) P*
536 (100) I *
167/694(24)
HAI isolates (%) 21/59 (36) 37/59 (63) 1/59(2) 0 (0) 59/59 (100) 26/59 (44)
Blood (%) 7/21 (33) 15/37(41) 7/17 (41) 0 (0) 22/59 (37) 10/22 (45)
Tracheal aspirate (%) 14/21 (66) 22/37 (59) 10/17 (59) 3/3 (100) 37/59 (63) 16/37 (43)
Carbapenem R/S (%R) 6/4(60) 15/3(83) 7/0 (100) 2/2 (100) 22/7 (76) R12/22(55); S3/7(43)
Gentamycin R/S (%R) 6/4 (60) 13/5 (72) 7/0 (100) 2/2 (100) 20/9 (69) R11/20(55); S4/9(44)
Mortality CREpos (%) 36/185 (19) 34/173 (20) 20/116 (17) 10/62 (16) 71/453 (16) 71/694 (10)
Mortality HAI (%) 8/21 (38) 17/37(46) 8/17 (47) 3/3 (100) 26/59 (44) 26/694 (4)
  1. R = resistant, S = sensitive. EC = Escherichia coli, KP = Klebsiella pneumoniae, HAI = Culture Confirmed HAI
  2. P = patients (n = 453), I = isolates (N = 534) *In average 1,18 isolates per screening culture (534/453)
  3. #KESC (Klebsiella spp., Enterobacter spp., Serratia marscescens, and Citrobacter spp.)
  4. ## Other including Pseudomonas Aeruginosa and Acinetobacter baumannii
  5. Italicized area CC HAI isolates among screening positive patients (CC both Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae CC and Enterobacter)