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Table 2 Individual questionnaire among cases and controls in multicenter case–control study of pneumonia etiology in children

From: Multicenter case–control study protocol of pneumonia etiology in children: Global Approach to Biological Research, Infectious diseases and Epidemics in Low-income countries (GABRIEL network)

Category Information
General Hospital Country
Demographic Gender Date of birth
Underlying diseases Heart disease Lung disease
  Tuberculosis Asthma
  Pneumonia HIV infection
Medical history Contact with tuberculosis Previous influenza
  Prior treatment with antibiotics Prior treatment for fever
  Date of first symptoms  
Clinical examination at enrollment Weight Height
  Arm circumference Temperature
  Blood pressure Breathing rate
  Arterial oxygen saturation Cough
  Dyspnea Lower chest indrawing
  Cyanosis Pulmonary crackles
  Dullness to percussion of the thorax Rhonchi
  Wheezing Rasping
  Diminished breathing sounds Convulsions
  Other pulmonary signs and symptoms Rhinopharyngitis
  Prostration or lethargy Conjunctivitis
  Otitis Inability to drink
  Skin rash Diarrhea
  Vomiting Other signs
Radiological Opacification Abscess
findings Interstitial syndrome Pneumothorax
(cases only) Alveolar infiltrate Parenchymatous infiltrate
Vaccination (dates, number of doses) Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine Influenza vaccine Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, and Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine
During hospital stay Antibiotics (dates, doses, duration) Oxygen therapy
  Other drugs Death
  Acute complications Cause of death