Skip to main content

Table 3 The clinical symptoms of pneumonia patients with HCMV infection

From: Urine real-time polymerase chain reaction detection for children virus pneumonia with acute human cytomegalovirus infection

  HCMV-infection (%) (n = 145) Non-HCMV-infection (%)a(n = 230) HCMV- concurrent- infectionb(n = 134) Total (%) (n = 509) PValue
Clinical symptoms      
Cough 144 (99.31) 213 (92.61) 133 (99.25) 490 (96.27) 0.0004**
Wheezing 43 (29.66) 84 (36.52) 74 (55.22) 201 (39.49) <.0001**
Sore throat 117 (80.69) 161 (70) 115 (85.82) 393 (77.21) 0.0012**
Dyspnea 75 (51.72) 140 (60.87) 93 (69.40) 308 (60.51) 0.0104*
Rodding respiration 3 (2.07) 9 (3.91) 9 (6.72) 21 (4.13) 0.1458
Three depressions sign of inspiration 20 (13.79) 38 (16.52) 29 (21.64) 87 (17.09) 0.2097
Nasal ale flap 4 (2.76) 11 (4.78) 7 (5.22) 22 (4.32) 0.5383
Fever (>37.5°C) 21 (14.48) 15 (6.52) 11 (8.21) 47 (9.23) 0.0309
WBC      
WBC (×109/L) 12.29 ± 5.33 11.18 ± 4.95 10.87 ± 3.85   0.0296*
Lymphocytes% 59.92 ± 18.14 58.04 ± 18.34 65.07 ± 13.93   0.0009**
Neutrophils% 34.11 ± 18.59 35.84 ± 18.8 29.50 ± 14.14   0.0042**
Monocytes% 3.61 ± 1.99 3.73 ± 2.12 3.53 ± 1.49   0.6178
Eosinophils% 2.86 ± 2.39 2.97 ± 2.44 2.71 ± 2.28   0.6037
  1. aRespiratory infection caused by other viruses but no bacterial infection.
  2. bRespiratory infection caused by HCMV and other viruses but no bacterial infection.
  3. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01.