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Table 1 Respiratory pathogen colonization in people with cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis versus non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis

From: Comparison of respiratory pathogen colonization and antimicrobial susceptibility in people with cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis versus non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis: a protocol for a systematic review

Data extracted by
Reference Author & year  
Citation  
Country/countries  
Institution/s  
Study design  
Clinical/microbiology study  
 • Observational study  
 • Clinical trial  
 • Case series with > 10 cases  
 • Case series with < 9 case  
Time period
Participants • CF bronchiectasis  
• Non-CF bronchiectasis  
• Mixed  
• Other  
Study group (CF bronchiectasis) No.  
Age  
• Adults > 18 years  
• Children < 18 years  
• Mixed (not possible to separate)  
Sex  
Respiratory pathogens No. (%)
Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA)  
Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)  
Pseudomonas aeruginosa  
Burkholderia 20 epacian complex  
Haemophilus influenzae  
Stenotrophomonas maltophilia  
Achromobacter xylosoxidans  
NTM  
Streptococcus  
Veillonella  
Prevotella  
Others  
Inclusion/Exclusion criteria  
Sample type (sputum/BAL/ELF)  
Upper respiratory specimen  
• Nasal specimen  
• Nasopharyngeal specimen  
• Oropharyngeal specimen  
• Other  
Lower respiratory specimen  
• Sputum  
• Induced sputum  
• BAL  
• Lung aspirate  
• Other  
Antibiotic therapy  
• Already on antibiotic(s)  
• Not on antibiotic(s)  
• Unclear  
Method of identifying species  
• Culture  
• PCR  
• Other  
Antimicrobial resistance  
Yes/No  
Comparison group (non-CF bronchiectasis) Cause of non-CF bronchiectasis/diagnosis  
No.  
Age  
Adults > 18 years  
Children < 18 years  
Mixed (not possible to separate)  
Sex  
Respiratory pathogens No. (%)
Haemophilus influenzae  
Pseudomonas aeruginosa  
Moraxella catarrhalis  
NTM  
Staphylococcus aureus  
Streptococcus  
Veillonella  
Prevotella  
Others  
Inclusion/exclusion criteria  
Sample type (sputum/BAL/ELF)  
Upper respiratory specimen  
• Nasal specimen  
• Nasopharyngeal specimen  
• Oropharyngeal specimen  
• Other  
Lower respiratory specimen  
• Sputum  
• Induced sputum  
• BAL  
• Lung aspirate  
• Other  
Antibiotic therapy  
• Already on antibiotic(s)  
• Not on antibiotic(s)  
• Unclear  
Method of identifying species  
• Culture  
• PCR  
• Other  
Clinical state  
• Acute pulmonary exacerbation  
• Surveillance culture  
Antimicrobial resistance  
Yes/No  
Remarks