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Table 2 Baseline characteristics of travellers and non-travelling household members according to study center

From: The Carriage Of Multiresistant Bacteria After Travel (COMBAT) prospective cohort study: methodology and design

  Rotterdam Amsterdam Maastricht Total
  Travellers Household members Travellers Household members Travellers Household members Travellers Household members
(n = 1110) (n = 129) (n = 496) (n = 43) (n = 395) (n = 43) (n = 2001) (n = 215)
Sex         
Male 541 (48.7%) 39 (30.2%) 208 (41.9%) 18 (41.9%) 171 (43.3%) 23 (53.5%) 920 (46.0%) 80 (37.2%)
Female 569 (51.3%) 90 (69.8%) 288 (58.1%) 25 (58.1%) 224 (56.7%) 20 (46.5%) 1081 (54.0%) 135 (62.8%)
Age in years (median, range) 52.0 (18.1-81.7) 46.3 (18.4-82.0) 44.7 (19.8-74.6) 41.1 (18.9-78.0) 50.4 (18.2-71.9) 50.6 (18.4-71.6) 50.5 (18.1-81.7) 46.9 (18.4-82.0)
Continents visited by traveller         
Asia 557 (50.2%)   259 (52.2%)   200 (50.6%)   1016 (50.8%)  
Africa 362 (32.6%)   148 (29.8%)   123 (31.1%)   633 (31.6%)  
America 177 (15.9%)   81 (16.3%)   68 (17.2%)   326 (16.3%)  
Europe 11 (1.0%)   6 (1.2%)   4 (1.0%)   21 (1.0%)  
Oceania 3 (0.3%)   2 (0.4%)   0 (0.0%)   5 (0.2%)  
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