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Table 1 Clinical and epidemiological features of Candida parapsilosis isolates in the neonatal intensive care unit

From: Risk factors for Candida parapsilosis bloodstream infection in a neonatal intensive care unit: a case-control study

Patient code Gender Birth weight (g) Gestational age (weeks) Days of NICU stay Days of NICU stay before isolation Days of AV Days of AV before isolation Days of UC Days of UC before isolation Days of CVC Days of CVC before isolation Infection Outcome PCR fingerprinting genotype
OM M 450 24 18 15 16 15 7 7 8 8 CVC-BSI Death A
G3D M 560 24 26 14 26 14 11 11 15 3 UC-BSI Death A
AG M 570 24 11 10 8 8 6 6 0 0 UC-BSI Death A
PR M 580 25 5 5 5 5 5 5 0 0 UC-BSI Death A
BN M 600 30 45 33 40 33 4 4 34 28 CVC-BSI Death A
PG M 620 22 27 11 20 3 10 10 14 1 CVC-BSI Death A
TW M 630 26 114 10 87 10 10 10 29 0 UC-BSI Discharge A
G2A F 670 24 14 10 14 10 11 10 2 0 UC-BSI Death A
RD M 790 27 234 5 108 4 3 3 15 2 UC-BSI Discharge A
DLBS M 800 25 50 25 24 23 4 4 15 15 CVC-BSI Death A
MC M 830 26 48 28 47 28 7 7 39 20 CVC-BSI Death A
OS F 1160 32 31 18 0 0 3 3 22 14 CVC-BSI Discharge A
IC F 1300 32 135 11 82 11 0 0 32 11 CVC-BSI Discharge A
DGR M 1460 31 134 75 44 29 6 6 105 51 CVC-BSI Discharge A
SR M 1700 32 70 18 5 5 2 2 67 16 CVC-BSI Discharge A
RE M 2800 33 86 22 23 12 6 6 37 15 CVC-BSI Discharge A
RS F 4280 40 76 18 47 18 4 4 38 18 CVC-BSI Death A
  1. UC umbilical catheter, CVC central venous catheter, AV assisted ventilation, UC- BSI umbilical catheter-associated bloodstream infection, CVC- BSI central venous catheter-associated bloodstream infection