Table 3: Case by case analysis of the Streptococcus G or C positive patients with endometritis.

PatientMode of deliveryGestational ageDays from delivery to first symptomsLeukocyte (max.)CRP (max.)i.v antibioticsp.o antibioticsInfant

1vaginal42+11013.159.5-7–10No signs of infection. CRP 4.7, leuk 16.
2vaginal41+11215.38.0-7–10No signs of infection. CRP 3.3, leuk 12.7.
3vaginal37+351822557No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
4acute CS35+5616.426787No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
5vaginal38+2717.411.8-7–10No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
6vaginal40+0125.913.7-7–10No signs of infection. CRP 2.7, leuk 13.3.
7vaginal39+6310.817327No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
8planned CS twins37+2203.323437A: NICU 9 days, iv. G-pen + Tomycin. CRP 39, Neutropenia.
B: NICU 15 days, iv G-pen + Tomycin. CRP 36, Neutropenia.
9vaginal40+5313.094.937No signs of infection. CRP 9.2, leuk 17.6.
10vaginal39+4513.070.557No signs of infection. CRP < 1, leuk 11.7.
11vaginal39+6514.710237No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
12vaginal41+0314.8146210No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
13vaginal39+348.6182.937No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
14vaginal41+0414.215947No signs of infection. CRP 5.1, leuk 22.6.
15vaginal39+341496.747No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.
16vaginal35+4128.956-7–10No signs of infection. CRP 1.6, leuk 18.4.
17vaginal40+4416.1146-7–10No signs of infection. CRP 3.1, leuk 21.4.
18vaginal37+1416.914737No signs of infection. No laboratory tests.

Duration (days). I.v. antibiotics = intravenous antibiotic treatment, usually cefuroxime 1.5 g and metronidazole 500 mg three times per day. P.o. antibiotics = orally antibiotic treatment, usually cephalexin 500 mg and metronidazole 500 mg three times per day. CS, cesarean section; CRP, C-reactive protein; leuk, leukocyte; NICU, neonatal intensive care unit.