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Table 1 Prevalence and demographic characteristics of the the patients studied

From: Community acquired Acinetobacter baumannii in pediatric patients under 1 year old with a clinical diagnosis of whooping cough in Lima, Peru

Characteristics Total patients Patients positive for A. baumannii Patients negative for A. baumannii
Frequency
n = 225 (%)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 47)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 178)
Prevalence
(%)
Age
 ≤ 28 days 14 6.2 3 6.4 12 6.7
 29 days–< 3 months 116 51.6 25 53.3 91 51.1
 3– < 6 months 63 28.00 12 25.4 50 28.1
 6–12 months 32 14.2 7 14.9 25 14.1
Sex distribution
 Male 119 52.8 25 53.2 94 52.8
 Female 106 47.2 22 46.8 84 47.2
Patient setting
 Inpatient 202 89.78 43 91.49 159 89.33
 ICU 23 10.22 4 8.51 19 10.67
Nutritional status
 Malnutrition 13 5.8 2 4.3 11 6.2
 Obesity 3 1.3 1 2.1 2 1.1
Household contacts
 Mother 46 20.4 14 29.8 32 17.9
 Father 16 7.1 4 8.5 12 6.7
 Siblings ≤ 10 years old 55 24.4 7 14.9 48 26.9
 Siblings ≥ 10 years old 6 2.7 2 4.3 4 2.2
 Uncles/Aunts 26 11.6 10 21.3 16 8.9
 Others 3 1.3 1 2.1 2 1.1