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Table 1 Characteristics of patients and specimens with Haemophilus influenzae

From: Extensively drug-resistant Haemophilus influenzae – emergence, epidemiology, risk factors, and regimen

YearNumberPatient gender (male: female)Patient ageSpecimen type (Respiratory, blood, others)Specimen source (OPD, ER, Wards, ICUs)
2007184115: 6975.7 ± 18.6173, 5, 614, 8, 102, 60
2008279192: 8773.0 ± 19.3262, 3, 1423, 23, 159, 74
2009203143: 6068.0 ± 21.5188, 2, 1319, 21, 106, 57
2010149104: 4569.4 ± 21.5133, 1, 1526, 20, 62, 41
2011271187: 8463.8 ± 24.4218, 6, 4777, 42, 96, 56
2012183135: 4864.2 ± 21.9146, 2, 3538, 36, 75, 34
201315996: 6361.7 ± 22.3134, 6, 1948, 33, 45, 33
2014170126: 4466.0 ± 21.0144, 5, 2139, 32, 69, 30
201512388: 3567.0 ± 20.4109, 3, 1121, 18, 54, 30
201615497: 5762.8 ± 19.0125, 5, 2448, 13, 62, 13
20179769: 2861.7 ± 18.486, 3, 818, 8, 40, 31
201811984: 3560.9 ± 21.599, 4, 1636, 11, 42, 30
Total20911436: 65566.8 ± 21.51915, 45, 131407, 265, 912, 507
  1. Age is shown as mean ± standard deviation. Specimens other than those from respiratory tracts and blood include wound, pus, abscess, body fluids, and tissues. Abbreviations: ER emergency room, ICU intensive care unit, OPD outpatient department