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Table 2 Baseline characteristics

From: Predictors of hospital mortality among septic ICU patients with Acinetobacter spp.bacteremia: a cohort study

  Died % Survived % P value
  n = 65 49.62% n = 66 50.38%  
Age, yrs      
Mean [SD] 61.9 [17.4]   55.2 [14.7]   
Median (IQR) 63 (51, 76)   56 (45, 66)   0.014
Gender, male 32 49.23% 32 48.48% 0.932
Comorbidities      
CHF 24 36.92% 14 21.21% 0.048
COPD 23 35.38% 17 25.76% 0.232
CLD 10 15.38% 3 4.55% 0.038
DM 26 40.00% 12 18.18% 0.006
CKD 22 33.85% 10 15.15% 0.013
CA 13 20.00% 13 19.70% 0.965
Charlson      
Mean [SD] 5.3 [3.6]   3.7 [3.3]   
Median (IQR) 5 (2, 8)   3 (1, 6)   0.009
Admission source      
Home 31 47.69% 32 48.48% 0.928
Another hospital 15 23.08% 21 31.82% 0.262
NH/ECF 16 24.62% 11 16.67% 0.261
Unknown 3 4.62% 2 3.03% 0.680
HAC RFs      
Dialysis 18 28.12% 10 15.15% 0.072
Immune suppression 19 29.23% 15 22.73% 0.396
Prior hospitalization 47 72.31% 46 69.70% 0.742
Prior antibiotics 49 75.38% 38 57.58% 0.031
HABSIa 47 72.31% 33 50.00% 0.009
  1. SD = standard deviation; IQR = interquartile range; CHF = congestive heart failure; COPD = chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; CLD = chronic liver disease; DM = diabetes mellitus; CKD = chronic kidney disease; CA = cancer; NH = nursing home; ECF = extended care facility; HCA = healthcare-associated; RF = risk factors.
  2. aHospital-acquired BSI defined as BSI that developed after day 2 of hospitalization.