TABLE 2

Types of SBI and IBI Identified in Patient Population Divided Into 3 Groups

GroupNotes
Group 1: ANF group (n = 278)
 No. SBI (%)13 of 278 (4.7)
 No. IBI (%)5 of 278 (1.8)
  UTIE coli (3), Klebsiella pneumoniae (1), group B Streptococcus (1), Escherichia Fergusonii (1), Enterococcus faecalis (1), Enterbacter cloacae (1)
  BacteremiaStaphylococcus aureus (2), Acinetobacter anitratus (1)
  MeningitisE coli (1), E faecalis (1)
Group 2: ASF group (n = 93)
 No. SBI (%)17 of 93 (18.3)
 No. IBI (%)4 of 93 (4.3)
  UTIsE coli (6), E faecalis (3), K pneumoniae (2), group B Streptococcus (1), E cloacae (1)
  BacteremiaGroup B Streptococcus (2)
  MultipleE coli bacteremia and UTI (2)
Group 3: FP group (n = 560)
 No. SBI (%)58 of 560 (10.4)
 No. IBI (%)19 of 560 (3.4)
  UTIE coli (30), group B Streptococcus (2), Klebsiella oxytoca (2), S aureus (1), Citrobacter freundii (1), E cloocae (1), E faecalis (1), K pneumoniae (1)
  BacteremiaGroup B Streptococcus (4), Acinetobacter lwoffi/johnsonii (1), Enterococcus faecium (1), S aureus (1), Streptococcus mitis (1), Moraxella catarrhalis (1), Streptococci, β hemolytic, not group A, B, C, F or G (1)
  MeningitisE coli (1)
  MultipleE coli bacteremia and UTI (6), E coli bacteremia and meningitis (1), Haemophilus influenzae bacteremia and meningitis (1)