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Volume 11, Number 8—August 2005

Research

Multidrug-Resistant Acinetobacter Extremity Infections in Soldiers

Kepler A. Davis*Comments to Author , Kimberly A. Moran†, C. Kenneth McAllister*, and Paula J. Gray*
Author affiliations: *Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, USA; †Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA

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Table 3

Patient demographics*

Patient Age, y Time (d) from injury to
BAMC admission Diagnosis of infection No. MC admissions before BAMC admission Infection initially diagnosed at BAMC
1 20 13 4 1 N
2 26 10 10 1 Y
3 31 11 12 1 Y
4 21 9 7 2 N
5 21 4 5 1 Y
6 37 13 NA 2 N
7 33 5 6 1 Y
8 48 5 5 1 Y
9 21 4 NA 1 N
10 34 13 NA 1 N
11 21 6 7 1 Y
12 37 6 7 1 Y
13 22 3 3 0 Y
14 23 5 9 1 Y
15 33 3 4 1 Y
16 22 5 6 1 Y
17 27 13 NA 1 N
18 26 36 6 1 N
19 26 16 9 2 N
20 21 6 6 1 Y
21 26 5 5 1 Y
22 20 4 9 1 Y
23 24 2 10 1 Y

*BAMC, Brooke Army Medical Center; MC, medical center; N, no; Y, yes; NA, not available.

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