TABLE 1.

Characterization of UTI isolates collected

StrainPatient characteristicsa
Enrollment studybDuration of follow-up (wk)Clinical classificationSymptomsDuration of symptoms (days)Age at first UTI (yr)No. of prior lifetime UTIsAge (yr)Demographicc
ASB1PUTS24ASBNoneNANA039W/sep/15
ASB2PUTS24ASBNoneNANA022W/NM/16
ASB3PUTS24ASBNoneNANA021W/NM/13-15
ASB4PUTS20ASBNoneNANA028W/div/13-15
ASB5PUTS16ASBNoneNANA018W/NM/12
Acute1PUTS24First eventD, F, HNRNA023W/NM/17+
Acute2PUTS24First eventD, F, HNRNA023W/NM/17+
Acute3PUTS25First eventD, U4NA019W/NM/12
Acute4PUTS24First eventF, U, N<1NA018Hisp/NM/12
rUTI1TOP12RecurrentD, F123527W/NM/17+
rUTI2TOP12RecurrentD, F1131025W/NM/17+
rUTI3TOP12RecurrentD, F218322A/NM/13-15
rUTI4TOP12RecurrentD, F, U219121A/NM/12
rUTI5TOP12RecurrentD, F, U162023W/NM/13-15
Pyelo1Pyelo20PyelonephritisF, N, S, O, LBP, FE, C1619321W/NM/15
Pyelo2Pyelo4PyelonephritisD, F, U, N, S, O, LBP, FE, C124324Other/NM/18
Pyelo3Pyelo16PyelonephritisD, F, U, N, S, LBP, FE, LAP319125W/div/21
Pyelo4Pyelo4PyelonephritisU, LBP, FE, C, LAP, I2NA020Other/NM/13
  • a Abbreviations: D, dysuria; F, frequency; H, hematuria; U, urgency; N, nocturia; S, urinating in small amounts; O, urine odor; LBP, lower back pain; FE, fever; C, chills; LAP, lower abdominal pain; I, incontinence; NA, not applicable; NR, not recorded; W, white; Hisp, Hispanic; A, Asian; sep, separated; NM, not married; div, divorced.

  • b Enrollment criteria were as follows: for predisposition to UTI study (PUTS), women aged 18 to 40 years starting a new birth control method (may be pill, diaphragm, cervical cap, or foam and condoms) with no history of more than one UTI in the past year; for transcience of pathogens (TOP), women aged 18 to 45 years who were not pregnant, were taking contraception, had symptoms for less than 7 days, had no chronic health problems, and had no CVAT; for pyelonephritis study (Pyelo), women aged 18 to 45 years with a clinical diagnosis of pyelonephritis with fever, back pain, and/or CVAT.

  • c Race/marital status/years of education.