Table 1

Demographic, clinical and microbiological data of 92 subjects

Septicemic melioidosis

Other sepsis

Recovery

Type 2 diabetes

Healthy


Training set (n = 34)

Number of subjects

11

13

5

5

Mean age in years (range)

54 (41-70)

56 (37-74)

46 (41-64)

40 (39-68)

Sex (male/female)

7/4

4/9

3/2

1/4

Survivors/non-survivors

6/5

11/2

Organisms (n)

B. pseudomallei (11)

A. baumannii (1)

Corynebacterium spp. (2)

C. albicans (3)

E. coli (3)

Salmonella serotype B (1)

S. aureus (1)

Salmonella spp. (1)

Non-group A or B Streptococcus (1)

Independent test set 1 (n = 33)

Number of subjects

13

11

4

2

3

Mean age in years (range)

50 (18-70)

56 (37-70)

50 (39-64)

49 (48-50)

38 (35-43)

Sex (male/female)

11/2

6/5

3/1

0/2

0/3

Survivors/non-survivors

12/1

6/5

Organisms (n)

B. pseudomallei (13)

Coagulase-negative staphylococci (6)*

E. coli (1)

Enterococcus spp. (1)

S. aureus (1)

K. pneumoniae (1)

S. pneumoniae (1)

Independent test set 2 (n = 25)

Number of subjects

8

7

5

5

Mean age in years (range)

47 (40-56)

61 (43-81)

57 (50-71)

44 (37-67)

Sex (male/female)

4/4

2/5

0/5

3/2

Survivors/non-survivors

3/5

5/2

5/0

5/0

Organisms (n)

B. pseudomallei (8)

A. hydrophila (1)

Corynebacterium spp. (1)

E. coli (2)

S. aureus (1)

Enterococcus spp. (1)

E. faecium (1)


*Three in six patients were positive in two sets of blood cultures. Patients were positive in two sets of blood cultures.

Pankla et al. Genome Biology 2009 10:R127   doi:10.1186/gb-2009-10-11-r127

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