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Table 3 Odds and odds ratio for being fatal outcome # among children hospitalized with severe pneumonia, Eastern Visayas Regional Medical Center, May 2008 to May 2009

From: Respiratory viruses from hospitalized children with severe pneumonia in the Philippines

Odds#
  Single Virus Positve Cases Multiple Viruses Positve Cases Virus Negative Cases OR$ (95 % Cl)
FluA 4/12 0.50 0/6 0.00 84/801 0.12 4.3(1.3-14.6)
RSV-A 12/160 0.08 1/33 0.03 75/626 0.14 0.6(0.3-1.2)
hMPV 1/17 0.06 0/6 0.00 87/796 0.12 0.5(0.1-3.9)
HRV-A 15/103 0.17 2/39 0.05 71/677 0.12 1.5(0.9-2.7)
HRV-B 2/17 0.13 1/8 0.14 85/794 0.12 1.1(0.3-4.9)
HRV-C 4/69 0.06 0/14 0.00 84/736 0.13 0.5(0.2-1.4)
AdVs 3/15 0.25 2/18 0.13 83/786 0.12 2.1(0.6-7.6)
  1. Flu indicates influenzavirus; RSV, respiratory syncytial virus; hMPV, human metapneumovirus; HRV, human rhinovirus; AdVs, adenoviruses.
  2. #Fatal outcome is defined as either in “Discharged against medical advice-Deteriorated” or “Died”.
  3. $Single virus positive cases for the virus were compared with all other cases which may include multiple virus positive and virus negative cases.