International Journal of Microbiology / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Prevalence of Asymptomatic Bacteriuria and Antibiotic Susceptibility Patterns of Bacterial Isolates among Cancer Patients and Healthy Blood Donors at the University of Gondar Specialized Hospital

Table 1

Frequency of sociodemographic characteristics of cancer patients and apparently healthy blood donors at the University of Gondar comprehensive specialized hospital, Gondar, Northwest Ethiopia, 2019.

VariablesCancer patients, n = 120 (%)Blood donors, n = 120 (%)

SexMale50 (41.7)82 (68.3)
Female70 (58.3)38 (31.7)

Age category in years<108 (6.7)0 (0)
11–209 (7.5)11 (9.2)
21–3015 (12.5)46 (38.3)
31–4028 (23.3)39 (32.5)
41–6042 (35)20 (16.7)
61–7011 (9.2)4 (3.3)
>707 (5.8)0 (0)

Marital statusMarried91 (78.8)82 (68.0)
Unmarried27 (22.5)38 (31.7)
Divorced1 (0.8)0 (0)
Widowed1 (0.8)0 (0)

ResidencesUrban74 (61.7)81 (67.5)
Rural46 (38.3)39 (32.5)

Educational statusIlliterate50 (41.7)19 (15.8)
Read and write9 (41.7)8 (6.7)
Elementary20 (16.7)9 (7.5)
Secondary21 (17.5)23 (19.2)
Twelve and above20 (16.7)61 (50.8)

OccupationGovernmental22 (18.3)60 (50)
Nongovernmental1 (0.8)0 (0)
Farmer43 (35.8)30 (25)
Merchant22 (18.3)2 (1.7)
Student15 (12.5)20 (16.7)
Unemployed17 (14.2)0 (0)

Monthly income<17 dollar53 (44.2)29 (24.2)
18–33 dollar27 (22.5)16 (13.3)
34–50 dollar12 (10)10 (8.3)
51–67 dollar6 (5.0)8 (6.7)
>68 dollar22 (18.3)57 (47.5)

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