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Table 4 Factors associated with 14-day mortality in patients with carbapenem resistant Acinetobacter baumannii and Acinetobacter nosocomialis bacteremia

From: Comparison between bacteremia caused by carbapenem resistant Acinetobacter baumannii and Acinetobacter nosocomialis

Demographic and characteristics Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
  Odds ratio pvalue Odds ratio pvalue
  (95% CI)   (95% CI)  
A. baumannii 4.220(1.806–9.861) 0.001 4.003(1.566–10.231) 0.004
APACHE II score* 1.165(1.098–1.237) <0.001   
  Score ≤25 1.127(0.965–1.317) 0.131   
  Score >25 1.062(0.986–1.144) 0.113   
  Score ≤35 1.086(1.012–1.166) 0.022   
  Score >35 1.056(0.895–1.247) 0.113   
Cerebral vascular disease 0.222(0.063–0.783) 0.019 0.194(0.048–0.789) 0.022
Usage of immunosuppressants 4.105(1.827–9.227) 0.001 3.921(1.516–10.143) 0.005
Appropriate antimicrobial therapy 0.381(0.144–1.004) 0.051   
Recent surgery 0.190(0.073–0.494) 0.001 0.222(0.079–0.628) 0.005
Shock 2.760(1.244–6.122) 0.013   
  1. *Every one increase in APACHE II score is accompanied by an increase of 1.165 in the odds ratio. APACHE II Acute Physiologic and Chronic Health Evaluation II, CI Confidence interval.