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Table 2 Reports of non-CF patients infected or colonized with Pandoraea speciesa

From: Pneumonia due to Pandoraea Apista after evacuation of traumatic intracranial hematomas:a case report and literature review

Reference Strains Sourcesb Age/sex/underlying illness Location Other pathogensc Outcomes
Coenye 2000 [1] P. norimbergensis Blood NG Belgium NG NG
P. norimbergensis BALF NG Sweden NG NG
Daneshvar 2001 [7] P. apista Blood 66 yr./F/COPD California,USA NG NG
P. apista BALF 75 yr./F/NG California, USA NG NG
P. pnomenusa Blood 46 yr./M/NG Texas,USA NG NG
Pandoraea UG 2 MS NG/F/NG Georgia,USA NG NG
P. pnomenusa Blood 76 yr./M/NG Hawaii,USA NG NG
P. pnomenusa Blood 49 yr./M/NG Louisiana,USA NG NG
Pandoraea Sputum 71 yr./F/NG Utah,USA NG NG
Stryjewski 2003 [25] P. pnomenusa Blood 30 yr./M/NC, MC USA Nocardia sp. Died
Falces 2016 [27] P. pnomenusa Blood 10mth/NG/ALL Spain none Alive
Monzón 2018 [28] P. sputorum HDC 79 yr./M/MM, ESRD, HP, T2DM Spain E. coli,
S. maltophila,A. baumannii,
S. epidermidis
Alive
GAO 2018 [29] Pandoraea sp. Blood 23 days/M/NJ China none Alive
Our case P. apista sputum 44 yr./M/ MI, BT China none Died
  1. a BALF bronchoalveolar lavage fluid, MS maxillary sinus, HDC hemodialysis catheter, NG no given, yr. years, mth months, F female, M male, COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, NC nocardiosis, MC mycetomas, ALL acute lymphoblastic leukemia, MM multiple myeloma, ESRD end-stage renal disease, HP hypertension, T2DM type 2 diabetes mellitus, NJ neonatal jaundice, MI multiple injury, BT brain trauma, USA the United States of America
  2. b OSources of the strains
  3. c Other pathogens presented with Pandoraea sp