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Table 2 The main clinical diagnosis in groups with/without family history of wheezing(%)

From: Comparison of clinical features of acute lower respiratory tract infections in infants with RSV/HRV infection, and incidences of subsequent wheezing or asthma in childhood

  Bronchiolitis n(%)Pneumonia n(%)Bronchitis
n(%)
P
(n = 72)
s-RSV (n = 42)12 (28.57)29 (69.05)1 (2.38)
s-HRV (n = 11)1 (9.09)9 (81.82)1 (9.09)
Co-infection (n = 19)5 (26.32)13 (68.42)1 (5.26)
χ21.6240.7611.794
P0.5120.6840.374
N
(n = 101)
s-RSV (n = 65)9 (13.85)54 (83.08)2 (3.08)
s-HRV (n = 16)1 (6.25)14 (87.50)1 (6.25)
Co-infection (n = 20)1 (5.00)18 (90.00)1 (5.00)
χ21.1480.4921.163
P0.5760.9180.449
Total
(n = 173)
s-RSV (n = 107)21 (19.63)83 (77.57)3 (2.80)
s-HRV (n = 27)2 (7.41)23 (85.19)2 (7.41)
Co-infection (n = 39)6 (15.38)31 (79.49)2 (5.13)
χ22.3750.7611.858
P0.3050.6830.465
  1. □Fisher’s exact test
  2. P: positive family history of wheezing. N: negative family history of wheezing