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Table 1 Characteristics of patients who underwent PTE

From: Partial two-stage exchange: an alternative method for infected total hip arthroplasty

Patient ID Age (y) Sex Side Diagnosis for primary THA Organism identified Duration of infection (m) Interval Between surgeries (m) Time of follow-up (y)
1 40 M Right OA S. epidermidis 72 4 2.1
2 58 M Right OA S. aureus 6 3 3.3
3 54 F Right OA Culture-negative 24 3 3.7
4 69 F Right PA S. haemolyticus 7 3 4.3
5 55 M Right FHN CNS 12 6 4.0
6 65 M Left OA CNS 16 5 3.6
7 60 M Left OA S. aureus 24 12 11.3
8 55 M Right OA Culture-negative 6 3 5.3
9 66 M Right OA S. aureus 60 3 3.9
10 52 F Left OA S. haemolyticus 6 4 2.4
11 47 F Left FHN CNS 12 3 3.7
12 77 M Right OA Culture-negative 12 3 3.6
13 73 F Left OA Culture-negative 6 3 4.2
14 68 F Left OA MRSA 7 6 3.3
15 50 M Right OA S. aureus 24 3 3.7
16 64 F Right OA Culture-negative 9 3 3.5
17 78 F Left OA E. coli 12 3 7.8
18 58 F Right OA Culture-negative 6 6 3.4
19 62 M Right OA S. haemolyticus 8 6 3.3
20 66 F Left OA S. epidermidis 60 3 3.5
21 61 M Right OA S. aureus 6 3 3.5
22 74 M Left OA MRSA 10 3 3.3
23 51 M Left OA CNS 6 4 4.4
24 50 F Left OA S. epidermidis 24 3 3.2
25 67 F Left OA S. haemolyticus 7 6 3.3
26 47 M Right OA CNS 6 4 5.1
27 68 F Right OA P. mirabilis 12 3 3.2
28 72 M Left OA S. aureus 6 3 2.2
  1. THA total hip arthroplasty, OA osteoarthritis, FHN femoral head necrosis, PA posttraumatic arthritis, CNS coagulase-negative Staphylococcus, MRSA methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus