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Management by Primary Care Clinicians of Patients Suspected of Having Community-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infections

Table 19. Characteristic of patients who completed quality improvement calls
n=681

 680.x681.x or 682.x
 MCNTWHAMCNTWHA
 Pre-InterventionInterventionp ValuePre-InterventionInterventionp ValuePre-InterventionInterventionp ValuePre-InterventionInterventionp Value
Total patients (n)99 255 224152 21440 
Male and female cases
Male (n)360.15731030.627891830.007699150.2937
Male (%)33.3366.6740.0060.0040.6354.6147.6038.46
Female (n)631521336910924
Female (%)66.6733.3360.0040.0059.3845.3952.4061.54
Age
Mean age, in years45.44 (n=9)50.22
(n=9)
0.640540.00
(n=25)
32.00
(n=5)
0.553444.03
(n=224)
48.58 (n=152)0.055848.16
(n=208)
45.59
(n=39)
0.5460
Adult and pediatric cases
Adult cases (≥18 years old)881.00001830.62201841380.0190173340.5331
Adult cases (%)88.8988.8972.0060.0082.1490.7983.1787.18
Pediatric cases (<18 years old)11724014355
Pediatric cases (<18 years old)11.1111.1128.0040.0017.869.2116.8312.82

Key: MCNT = Medical Clinic of North Texas, WHA = Wilmington Health Associates.

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Current as of March 2011
Internet Citation: Management by Primary Care Clinicians of Patients Suspected of Having Community-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus Infections. March 2011. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/research/findings/final-reports/mrsa/colorado_mrsatab19.html