Journal of Mycology / 2014 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Epidemiology and Virulence Determinants including Biofilm Profile of Candida Infections in an ICU in a Tertiary Hospital in India

Table 2

Profile of Candida species isolated from different clinical samples.

SampleC.  albicans
no. (%)
C.  tropicalis
no. (%)
C.  krusei
no. (%)
C.  parapsilosis
no. (%)
C.  kefyr
no. (%)
C.  sphaerica
no. (%)
C.  glabrata
no. (%)
Total
no. (%)

Blood05 (4.8%)04 (3.9%)000001 (0.9%)10 (9.7%)
Urine17 (16.5%)15 (14.6%)1 (0.9%)2 (1.9%)1 (0.9%)1 (0.9%)4 (3.9%)41 (39.8%)
Sputum0000002 (1.9%)2 (1.9%)
Urinary catheter3 (2.9%)6 (5.8%)01 (0.9%)01 (0.9%)011 (10.7%)
Endotracheal tube1 (0.9%)5 (4.8%)00001 (0.9%)7 (6.8%)
Tracheal aspirate13 (12.6%)11 (10.7%)1 (0.9%)01 (0.9%)03 (2.9%)29 (28.2%)
Abdominal drains1 (0.9%)1 (0.9%)01 (0.9%)0003 (2.9%)

Total40 (38.8%)42 (40.8%)2 (1.9%)4 (3.9%)2 (1.9%)2 (1.9%)11 (10.7%)103 (100%)

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