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Table 4 Recorded side-effects in study

From: Randomized controlled trial of the relative efficacy of high-dose intravenous ceftriaxone and oral cefixime combined with doxycycline for the treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae co-infection

  Doxycycline + ceftriaxone (n = 61), (n (%)) Doxycycline + cefixime (n = 64), (n (%)) OR (95% CI) p value
Skin rash 3 (4.92) 1 (1.56) 3.23 (0.25–173.57) 0.357
Eosinophilia 2 (3.28) 3 (4.69) 0.69 (0.06–6.26) 1
Leukopenia 2 (3.28) 3 (4.69) 0.69 (0.06–6.26) 1
Increased serum transaminases 4 (6.56) 2 (3.13) 2.16 (0.3–24.77) 0.432
Abdominal distention 1 (1.64) 3 (4.69) 0.34 (0.01–4.39) 0.619
Diarrhea 3 (4.92) 7 (10.94) 0.42 (0.07–1.97) 0.325
Abdominal pain 2 (3.28) 6 (9.38) 0.33 (0.03–1.95) 0.274
Vomiting 1 (1.64) 4 (6.25) 0.25 (0–2.65) 0.366
Pain at injection site 6 (9.84)    
Tenderness at injection site 1 (1.64)