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Table 1 Clinical and microbiological features of P. aeruginosa isolates.

From: Pseudomonas aeruginosain a neonatal intensive care unit: molecular epidemiology and infection control measures

patient gestational age (weeks) birthweight (grams) type of infection outcome resistance phenotype antibio type PFGE type
      TZP IPM GEN CIP   
1 33,0 1950 sepsis discharge S S S S 1 B
2 26,2 790 pneumonia discharge S S S S 1 L
3 38,4 3160 pneumonia discharge S S S S 1 A
4 24,4 700 sepsis death R R R R 3 G
5 26,4 600 sepsis death S R R R 2 O
6 28,0 960 pneumonia discharge S S S S 1 K
7 36,0 2550 pneumonia discharge S S S S 1 F
8 25,2 770 pneumonia discharge S S S S 1 A
9 23,1 700 sepsis death S S S S 1 A
10 33,0 1400 U.T.I. discharge S S S S 1 R
11 30,0 650 pneumonia death S S S S 1 A
  1. NOTE. U.T.I., Urinary tract infection; S, susceptible; R, resistant.