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Table 2 Clinical signs and clinical outcomes in PCR confirmed cases of Acinetobacter baumannii according to pattern of infection

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

  A. Baumannii monoinfection A. baumannii + bacteria A. baumannii + virus A. baumannii + virus + bacteria Negative for A. baumannii
Frequency
(n = 5)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 17)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 7)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 18)
Prevalence
(%)
Frequency
(n = 178)
Prevalence
(%)
Clinical sign
 Paroxysmal coughing 5 100.0 14 82.4 5 71.4 18 100.0 153 68.0
 Respiratory distress 4 80.0 12 70.6 7 100.0 14 77.8 135 60.0
 Rubicundity 4 80.0 11 64.7 5 71.4 15 83.3 126 56.0
 Cyanosis 4 80.0 12 70.6 5 71.4 8 44.4 103 45.8
 Post tussive emesis 3 60.0 5 29.4 3 42.9 11 61.1 84 37.3
 Difficulty in breastfeeding 5 100.0 7 41.2 6 85.7 9 50 80 35.6
 Fever 3 60.0 5 29.4 2 28.6 8 44.4 66 29.3
 Inspiratory stridor 4 80.0 4 23.5 1 14.3 7 38.9 44 19.6
 Sleep apnea 2 40.0 4 23.5 0 0.0 4 22.2 24 10.7
 Dhiarrea 0 0.0 2 11.8 0 0.0 2 11.1 19 8.4
Clinical outcome  
 Broncho-obstructive syndrome 4 80.0 9 52.9 6 85.7 12 66.7 98 43.6
 Pneumonia 2 40.0 1 5.9 4 57.1 6 33.3 48 21.3
 Atelectasis 1 20.0 1 5.9 2 28.6 2 11.1 23 10.2
 Umbilical hernia 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 14.3 3 16.7 2 0.9
 Seizures 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 5.6 2 0.9
 ICU admission 0 0.0 1 5.9 1 14.3 2 11.1 0 0.0
 Death 0 0.0 1 5.9 0 0.0 2 11.1 0 0.0