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Fig. 3

From: Clinical, immunological and bacteriological characteristics of H7N9 patients nosocomially co-infected by Acinetobacter Baumannii: a case control study

Fig. 3

The disease severity of H7N9 patients co-infected by A. baumannii. a. The oxygenation index (OI, PaO2/FiO2) on admission compared between H7N9-A. baumannii co-infected cases (H7N9 + AB), H7N9 control patients without bacterial co-infection (H7N9), and A. baumannii infected control patients with pneumonia (AB group). b. The lowest PaO2/FiO2 of H7N9 + AB cases, H7N9 controls and A. baumannii controls during the disease process. c. The days for the PaO2/FiO2 abnormity of the three patient groups. d. The longitudinal variation of chest radiographs scores (SRC) during the disease process of H7N9 + AB patients with fatal outcome (Left), survived H7N9 + AB patients (Middle) and H7N9 infection without bacterial co-infection (Right). The SRC = 15 on day 20 was denoted as gray dash lines

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