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Table 1 Gender wise distribution of RVA and campylobacter Jejuni infections among children with acute gastroenteritis (AGE) during year 2014

From: Magnitude of Rotavirus A and Campylobacter jejuni infections in children with diarrhea in Twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, Pakistan

Rotavirus
 RV (+)RV (−)TotalChi-Square valuep-value
(n = 132)(n = 368)(n = 500)13.6140.001*
Gender
 Male99(32.1%)209(67.9%)308(61.6%)  
 Female33(17.2%)159(82.8%)192(38.4%)
 C. jejuni 
 Campylo (+)Campylo (−)Total  
(n = 241)(n = 279)(n = 500)8.1820.004*
Gender
 Male164(53.2%)164(53.2%)308(61.6%)  
 Female77(40.1%)115(59.9%)192(38.4%)
C. jejuni + Rota 
 Campylo+Rota (+)Campylo+Rota (−)   
(n = 109)(n = 391)(n = 500)8.1970.005*
Gender
 Male80(26%)228(74.02%)308(61.6%)  
 Female29(15.1%)163(84.9%)192(38.4%)
  1. P<0.05 was considered statistically significant*