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Table 1 Demographic, laboratory and clinical variables of 91 ASOT recipients with MDR GNB

From: Factors influencing mortality in abdominal solid organ transplant recipients with multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteremia

Characteristics Value
Age, median years (IQR) 45 (35-54)
Sex, number of male (%) 62 (68.1)
Temperature of 40 °C or greater, no. of cases (%) 12 (13.2)
Nosocomial origin, no. of cases (%) 74 (81.3
Inappropriate antimicrobial use, no. of cases (%) 34 (37.4)
Septic shock, no. of cases (%) 33 (36.3)
The type of donor, no. of cases (%)  
 Living-related 11 (12.1)
 DCD 45 (49.5)
 Deceased 35 (38.5)
The type of transplantation, no. of cases (%)  
 Liver 44 (48.4)
 Kidney 47 (51.6)
Site of primary infection, no. of cases (%)  
 Lung 37 (40.7)
 Intra-abdominal/biliary 21 (23.1)
 Urinary tract 13 (14.3)
 Vascular catheter 5 (5.5)
 Gastrointestinal tract 3 (3.3)
 Unknown 13 (14.3)
Type of organisms, no. of cases (%)  
 Monomicrobial 83 (91.2)
 Polymicrobial 8 (9.8)
Non-fermentative bacteremia, no. of cases (%)  
 Yes 36 (39.6)
 No 55 (60.4)
ESBL (+) rods, no. of cases (%)  
 Yes 73 (80.2)
 No 18 (19.8)
Carbapenem-resistant rods, no. of cases (%)  
 Yes 38 (41.8)
 No 53 (58.2)
Time of bacteremia onse, no. of cases (%)  
  < 2 months posttransplant (early-onset) 62 (68.1)
  ≥ 2 months posttransplant (late-onset) 29 (31.9)
Laboratory variables, no. of cases (%)  
 Platelet count < 50000/mm3 39 (42.9)
 Lymphocyte count < 300/mm3 32 (35.2)
 Albumin < 30 g/L 16 (17.6)
 WBC count > 15000/mm3 27 (29.7)
 Creatinine > 1.5 mg/dL at onset of bacteremia 42 (46.2)
Creatinine at 1 week after bacteremia  
  > 1.5 mg/dL 26 (28.6)
  ≤ 1.5 mg/dL 49 (53.8)
 Missing due to death within 1 week after bacteremia 16 (17.6)
 Related mortality, no. of cases (%) 36 (39.6)
  1. ASOT abdominal solid organ transplantation, DCD donation after cardiac death, ESBL extended-spectrum beta-lactamase, MDR multidrug-resistant, GNB gram-negative bacteremia, IQR interquartile range, WBC white blood cells