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Table 2 Micro-organism data in respiratory samples

From: Impact of systematic screening for AmpC-hyperproducing Enterobacterales intestinal carriage in intensive care unit patients

Respiratory samples, n (%) n = 765
Oropharyngeal flora 94 (12.3)
Monomicrobial 409 (53.5)
Plurimicrobial 262 (34.2)
Microorganisms in respiratory samples, n (%) n = 988
Gram-positive microorganisms 334 (33.8)
 Meticillin-susceptible Staphylococcus aureus 235 (23.8)
 Meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus 3 (< 0.1)
 Streptococcus pneumoniae 31 (3.1)
 Streptococcus other than Streptococcus pneumoniae 30 (3)
 Other Gram positive 35 (3.5)
Gram-negative microorganisms 654 (66.2)
 Enterobacterales 274 (27.7)
  Escherichia coli 67 (6.8)
  Klebsiella spp. 58 (5.9)
  Enterobacter spp. 53 (5.4)
  Proteus spp. 31 (3.1)
  Serratia spp 28 (2.8)
  Citrobacter spp. 22 (2.2)
  Other Enterobacterales 15 (1.5)
Haemophilus spp. 85 (8.6)
Gram-Negative non-fermenting bacilli 264 (26.7)
 Pseudomonas aeruginosa 216 (21.9)
 Stenotrophomonas maltophilia 29 (2.9)
 Acinetobacter spp. 19 (1.9)
Others Gram negative 31 (3.1)
  1. Data are expressed as absolute values (percentage)