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Table 2 ESBLs isolated in colonized patients who did not have post-operative ESBLs infection

From: Enterobacteriaceae producing extended-spectrum β-lactamases (ESBLs) colonization as a risk factor for developing ESBL infections in pediatric cardiac surgery patients: “retrospective cohort study”

Patient Colonization Colonization bacteria Site of Colonization Type of surgery
1 Positive KP Anus Pulmonary atresia
2 Positive E. coli Nasal Atrioventricular septal defects
3 Positive E. coli Anus Atrioventricular septal defects
4 Positive KP Anus/Throat Atrioventricular septal defects
5 Positive E. coli Urinary tract Pulmonary artery banding
6 Positive EC Anus Pulmonary artery banding
7 Positive EC Anus Isolated ventricular septal defect
8 Positive KP Nasal/Anus Isolated ventricular septal defect
9 Positive KP Nasal Isolated ventricular septal defect
10 Positive KP Anus Aortic coarctation
11 Positive KP Anus Aortic coarctation
12 Positive KP Throat Aortic coarctation
13 Positive E. coli Nasal/Anus Complete transposition
  1. E-coli Escherichia coli, KP Klebsiella pneumonia, EC Enterobacter cloacae