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From: Clinical and virological factors associated with gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with acute respiratory infection: a two-year prospective study in general practice medicine

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a Description of number of positive nasopharyngeal specimens to at least one respiratory pathogen and b) description of number of positive stool specimens to at least one respiratory or enteric pathogen. a * Single infection rate for nasopharyngeal samples was of 87.25% (194/204) and multiple infection rate was of 5% (10/204). ** HCoV details: among 35 positive samples we detected: 13 NL63, 10 229E, 7 OC43 and 5 HKU1. b * Among 25 patients with positive stools to influenza A or B viruses, one patient with influenza B had negative nasopharyngeal sample. **Single infection rate for stool samples was of 94.2% (65/69) and multiple infection rate was of 5.8% (4/69). *** HCoV details: among 4 positive samples we detected: 1 OC43 and 2 NL63 and 1 229E

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