Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Clinical Study

The Effects of Anemia on Pregnancy Outcome in Patients with Pyelonephritis

Table 3

Pyelonephritis admission data.

Pyelonephritis with anemia
Pyelonephritis without anemia
P value

Length of stay, days4.0 ± 1.74.1 ± 1.70.88
Gestational age at admission, weeks25 ± 5.622.4 ± 9.10.058
Gestational age at admission by trimester, n (%)0.0003
 1st0 (0)13 (18.8)
 2nd33 (73.3)34 (49.3)
 3rd12 (26.7)22 (31.9)
Laboratory data
 White blood
 cell count, ×
13.3 ± 4.614.1 ± 4.50.42
 Hematocrit, %a29.2 ± 1.734.4 ± 2.0<0.0001
 MCV, fLa,b82.7 ± 5.785.8 ± 6.50.009
 MCV < 80 fl, n (%)b9 (20)9 (13)0.32
 Creatinine, mg/dL0.69 ± 0.40.66 ± 0.20.64
Urinary pathogen,
E.  coli, n (% )
29/43 (67.4)50/68 (73.5)0.49

Values are mean ± SD.
bMCV: mean corpuscular volume.

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