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Table 2 Demographic details

From: Urinary tract infections in renal transplant recipients at a quaternary care centre in Australia

VariablesUTI (n = 20)No UTI (n = 52)p value
n (%)n (%)
Age (Mean ± SD) Years52.2 ± 12.543.0 ± 14.60.015
Gender
 Male3 (15.0)35 (67.3)< 0.001
 Female17 (85.0)17 (32.7)
Type of transplant
 Deceased donation12 (60.0)43 (82.7)0.112
 Kidney-pancreas (KP)5 (25.0)5 (9.6)
 Live donation3 (15.0)4 (7.7)
Acute rejection episodes
 Yes2 (10.0)17 (33.3)0.046
 No18 (90.0)34 (66.7)
Pre-existing history of UTIs
 Yes8 (40.0)10 (19.6)0.076
 No12 (60.0)41 (80.4)
Pre-existing urinary tract abnormality
 Yes10 (52.6)15 (28.8)0.063
 No9 (47.4)37 (71.2) 
Hyperglycaemia0.037
 No7 (35.0)34 (65.4)
 Pre and post2 (10.0)7 (13.5)
 Post-transplant diabetes7 (35.0)6 (11.5)
 KP transplant (pre only)4 (20.0)5 (9.6)
TMP/SMX use post-transplant
 Yes19 (95.0)47 (92.2)1.000
 No1 (5.0)4 (7.8)
CMV viraemia at any time point
 Yes7 (35.0)14 (26.9)0.499
 No13 (65.0)38 (73.1)
BK viraemia at any time point
 Yes4 (21.1)16 (31.4)0.395
 No15 (78.9)35 (68.6)