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Table 3 Distribution of bacterial isolates from study participants across the three study sites

From: Vaginal colonisation of women in labour with potentially pathogenic bacteria: a cross sectional study at three primary health care facilities in Central Uganda

Bacteria isolatedKawaala HC III n = 545 (%)Kitebi HC III n = 524 (%)Mukono HC IV n = 403 (%)Total
n = 1472 (%)
E. coli203 (37.2)183 (34.9)122 (30.3)508 (34.5)
K. pneumoniae50 (9.2)48 (9.2)47 (11.7)145 (9.9)
S. aureus49 9.0)41 (7.8)31 (7.7)121 (8.2)
Citrobacter spp.38 (7.0)38 (7.0)31 (7.7)107 (7.3)
Enterococcus spp.16 (2.9)19 (3.6)12 (3.0)47 (3.2)
Enterobacter spp.21 (3.9)5 (0.9)6 (1.5)32 (2.2)
Acinetobacter spp.10 (1.8)10 (1.9)12 (3.0)32 (2.2)
K. oxytoca8 (1.5)4 (0.8)11 (2.7)23 (1.6)
Group B Streptococcus03 (0.6)03 (0.2)
Group A Streptococcus2 (0.14)1 (0.07)03 (0.2)
Pseudomonas spp.03 (0.6)03 (0.2)
Proteus mirabilis1 (0.18)001 (0.07)