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Table 4 Odds ratios for abnormal laboratory results according to the RNA testing results

From: Comparative analysis of the main haematological indexes and RNA detection for the diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 infection

  Model 1a Model 2b
OR (95% CI) p –value OR (95% CI) p –value
GICA IgM(+) 9.25 (2.55, 33.49) 0.001 29.79 (4.20, 211.34) 0.001
ELISA IgM(+) 30.83 (7.78, 122.21) 0.000 27.09 (4.87, 150.82) 0.000
ELISA IgG(+) 65.00 (12.01, 351.79) 0.000 84.16 (7.51, 943.41) 0.000
CRP(+) 1.30 (0.48, 3.50) 0.605 1.08 (0.16, 7.51) 0.935
WBCC(+) 0.58 (0.19, 1.77) 0.337 0.54 (0.08, 3.60) 0.528
NP(+) 2.26 (0.83, 6.17) 0.112 5.29 (0.77, 36.52) 0.091
LP(+) 0.26 (0.05, 1.29) 0.099 1.21 (0.04, 5.25) 0.527
  1. A logistic regression model was used for analysis. Different blood test results were used as dependent variables, and different RNA test results (classified variables) were used as independent variables
  2. ameans not adjusted for covariates
  3. bmeans adjusted for covariates such as age and cough
  4. CI confidence interval, + positive