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Table 2 Distribution of uropathogens in relation to sex of asymptomatic and symptomatic UTI diabetic patients (n = 56), April to July 2015

From: Common uropathogens and their antibiotic susceptibility pattern among diabetic patients

Uropathogens Isolated Species UTI status
   Asymptomatic Symptomatic  
   Male Female Male Female Total
   No. (%) No. (%) No. (%) No. (%) No. (%)
Bacterial E. coli 1(7.7) 3(23.1) 2(15.4) 7(53.8) 13(35.1)
  CNS 2(28.6) 1(14.2) 2(28.6) 2(28.6) 7(18.9)
  Enterococcus spp. 1(16.7) 1(16.7) 2(33.3) 2(33.3) 6(16.2)
  S. aureus 1(25) 1(25) 2(50) 0(0) 4(10.8)
  K. pneumoniae 0(0) 0(0) 1(50) 1(50) 2(5.4)
  P. mirabilis 1(50) 0(0) 1(50) 0(0) 2(5.4)
  Enterobacter Spp. 0(0) 0(0) 2(100) 0(0) 2(5.4)
  CitrobacterSpp. 1(100) 0(0) 0(0) 0(0) 1(2.7)
  Total 7(18.9) 6(16.2) 12(32.4) 12(32.4) 37(100)
Candida C. albicans 0(0) 2(20) 2(20) 6(60) 10(52.6)
  Non-albicans Candida Spp. 1(11.1) 5(55.6) 0(0) 3(33.3) 9(47.4)
  Total 1(5.3) 7(36.8) 2(1.5) 9(47.4) 19(100)