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Table 2 Distribution of Pathogens by Culture Source

From: Trends in resistant Enterobacteriaceae and Acinetobacter species in hospitalized patients in the United States: 2013–2017

Source Enterobacteriaceae Acinetobacter spp.
ESBL Carb-NS MDR Carb-NS MDR
n (N Tested) % n (N Tested) % n (N Tested) % n (N Tested) % n (N Tested) %
All sources 134,032 (1,112,312) 12.05% 15,460 (1,275,311) 1.21% 90,327 (1,275,311) 7.08% 7243 (19,325) 37.48% 9210 (19,325) 47.66%
Urine 89,224 (775,699) 11.50% 7092 (843,193) 0.84% 56,944 (843,193) 6.75% 984 (3201) 30.74% 1352 (3201) 42.24%
Skin/wound 15,937 (122,271) 13.03% 3174 (167,125) 1.90% 11,852 (167,125) 7.09% 2613 (7024) 37.20% 3319 (7024) 47.25%
Respiratory 10,325 (59,316) 17.41% 3015 (87,605) 3.44% 8959 (87,605) 10.23% 2893 (6429) 45.00% 3619 (6429) 56.29%
Blood 13,654 (105,998) 12.88% 1368 (119,329) 1.15% 9167 (119,329) 7.68% 532 (1968) 27.03% 660 (1968) 33.54%
Other sources 2895 (24,343) 11.89% 450 (29,505) 1.53% 2042 (29,505) 6.92% 143 (504) 28.37% 172 (504) 34.13%
Intra-abdominal 1997 (24,685) 8.09% 361 (28,554) 1.26% 1363 (28,554) 4.77% 78 (199) 39.20% 88 (199) 44.22%
  1. Abbreviations: Carb-NS carbapenem-nonsusceptible, ESBL extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing, MDR multidrug resistant