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.6) 10.5 (10.5, 13)      Serratia marcescens 3 (0.6) 18 (17, 29)      Neisseria gonorrhoeae 2 (0.4) 29.5 (29,30)      Vibrio vulnificus 2 (0.4) 8.5 (8.5, 8.5)      Campylobacter spp. 1 (0.2) 45     Unidentified Gram-negative bacilli 7 (1.4) 32 (28.5, 43) Yeast and other fungi 57 (11.6) 27.5 (22, 38)     Candida spp. 55 (11.2) 27 (22, 36.5)        Candida tropicalis 14 (2.9) 19.8 (19, 22)        Candida albicans 10 (2.0) 40.5 (34, 54)        Candida parapsilosis 3 (0.6) 41.5 (26.5, 87.5)        Candida guilliermondii 3 (0.6) 28 (26, 30