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Table 3 comparison of infection factors between the MDR group and non-MDR group

From: Compositional and drug-resistance profiling of pathogens in patients with severe acute pancreatitis: a retrospective study

Infection factors MDR (n = 81) non-MDR (n = 90) P-value
Precautionary antibiotics 44 (54.3%) 34 (37.8%) 0.030
Kinds of antibiotics 3 2 0.005
Carbapenems 58 (71.6%) 47 (52.2%) 0.009
Aminoglycosides 8 (9.9%) 7 (7.8%) 0.628
Antibiotic daysa 34.1 27.0
Endoscopic operationb 10 (12.3%) 10 (11.1%) 0.802
Intraperitoneal catheterizationc§ 81 (100.0%) 90 (100.0%)
Venipunctured 81(100.0%) 90 (100.0%)
Catheter preservationd 81 (100.0%) 90 (100.0%)
Tracheal intubation 26 (32.1%) 16 (17.8%) 0.029
Hemofiltration 9 (11.1%) 3 (3.3%) 0.047
Hospitalization days in the ICU 13 4 0.018
  1. aBecause of the social and human factors, the credibility of the data was low, so it was excluded.
  2. bIncluding ERCP, ENBD, endoscopic ultrasonography-guided puncture drainage, etc.
  3. cIntraperitoneal catheterization included intraoperative abdominal catheterization and B ultrasound/CT guided abdominal puncture drainage
  4. dAll patients were included and were unable to perform independent statistical analyses