Table 1

Age, gender, and semi-quantitative bacteruria count (s-QBC) data for 573 patients with acute GBS UTI or ABU at University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital between August 2007 - July 2011
All Cases In Study (n=573) Acute UTI Cases (n=147) ABU Cases (n=426)
Females 497 (86.75%) 130 (88.44%) 367 (86.15%)
Mean age, and range 42.4, 18-93 50.8, 19-93 (p<0.001) 36.7, 18-88
Mean s-QBC (CFU/mL) 51,145 ± 1,767 64,369 ± 3,169 (p<0.001) 46,460 ± 1,181
Males 76 (13.25%) 17 (11.56%) 59 (13.85%)
Mean age, and range 53.1, 20-91 58.7, 25-91 (p=0.151)# 51.5, 20-80
Mean s-QBC (CFU/mL) 48,697 ± 4,580 61,000 ± 9,818 (p=0.165)# 45,153 ± 5,129
Combined 573 (100%) 147 (100%) 426 (100%)
Mean age, and range 43.8, 18-93 51.1, 19-93 (p<0.001)* 41.3, 18-88
Mean s-QBC (CFU/mL) 50,820 ± 1,557 63,980 ± 3,013 (p≤0.001)* 46,279 ± 1,768

Statistical Comparisons: All Female Cases C/W acute UTI compared to All Female Cases C/W ABU. #All Male Cases C/W acute UTI compared to All Male Cases C/W ABU. *All Cases C/W acute UTI compared to All Cases C/W ABU.

Tan et al.

Tan et al. BMC Infectious Diseases 2012 12:273   doi:10.1186/1471-2334-12-273

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