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Table 1 Demographics, signs and symptoms of study participants stratified by clinical specimen site (n = 733).

From: Influenza virus infection among pediatric patients reporting diarrhea and influenza-like illness

  Stool
(N = 15)
Upper Respiratorya
(N = 79)
Both
(N = 6)
Neither
(N = 633)
Ageb (months) 12 (9 - 15) 19 (10 - 27) 9 (5 - 27) 14 (8 - 23)
Diarrhea durationb (days) 2 (1 - 3) 1 (1 - 2) 1 (1 - 2) 1 (1 - 2)
Influenza-like illness durationb (days) 3 (1 - 4) 2 (1 - 3) 2 (2 - 3) 2 (1 - 3)
Fever durationb (days) 2 (1 - 2) 1 (1 - 2) 1 (1 - 3) 1 (1 - 2)
Genderc     
   Male 10 (66.7%) 44 (55.7%) 3 (50.0%) 379 (59.9%)
   Female 5 (33.3%) 35 (44.3%) 3 (50.0%) 254 (40.1%)
Agec (months)     
   0-5 0 (0.0%) 2 (2.5%) 2 (33.3%) 65 (10.3%)
   6-11 5 (33.3%) 24 (30.4%) 1 (0.0%) 176 (27.8%)
   12-23 8 (53.3%) 23 (29.1%) 0 (0.0%) 234 (37.0%)
   24-35 1 (6.7%) 16 (20.3%) 3 (50.0%) 92 (14.5%)
   36-46 0 (0.0%) 7 (8.9%) 0 (0.0%) 37 (5.8%)
   47-71 1 (6.7%) 7 (8.9%) 0 (0.0%) 29 (4.6%)
Diarrhea Severityc     
   Mild 4 (26.7%) 29 (36.7%) 2 (33.3%) 166 (26.7%)d
   Moderate 10 (66.7%) 28 (35.4%) 3 (50.0%) 274 (44.1%)d
   Severe 1 (6.7%) 21 (26.6%) 1 (16.7%) 182 (29.2%)d
Malnutritionc 1 (6.7%) 8 (11.3%)d 0 (0.0%)d 41 (7.0%)d
Feverc 15 (100%) 79 (100%) 6 (100%) 633 (100%)
Coughc 15 (100%) 76 (96.2%) 6 (100%) 609 (96.2%)
Hospitalizationc 2 (13.3%) 8 (10.1%) 1 (16.7%) 69 (10.9%)
  1. a. Upper respiratory is a composite variable of throat and nasal specimen.
  2. b. Results presented as median (interquartile range)
  3. c. Results presented as number (percent)
  4. d. Percent values reflect missing denominator data