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Table 1 Viral pathogens identified in isolation and in co-infection

From: An observational study of febrile seizures: the importance of viral infection and immunization

Virus identified Single infection Viral co-infection Total cases (n = 143)
Rhinovirus 6/31 (19%) 25/31 (81%) 31 (22%)
 - RV-A 18
 - RV-C 13
Adenovirus 6/30 (20%) 24/30 (80%) 30 (21%)
Enterovirus 12/29 (41%) 16/28 (57%) 28 (20%)
 - Coxsackie A2 2
 - Coxsackie A4 5
 - Coxsackie A5 2
 - Coxsackie A6 5
 - Coxsackie A9 1
 - Coxsackie A14 1
 - Coxsackie B1 2
 - Coxsackie B2 2
 - Cosxackie B4 1
 - Echo6 2
 - Echo9 1
 - Echo14 1
 - Echo19 1
 - Echo30 1
Influenza 11/19 (58%) 8/19 (42%) 19 (13%)
 - A/H3N2 13
 - A/H1N1 0
 - B 6
Human Herpesvirus 6 3/17 (18%) 14/17 (82%) 17 (12%)
Coronavirus 2/13 (15%) 11/13 (85%) 13 (9%)
 - HCOV-OC43 8
 - HCOV-NL63 2
 - HCOV-HKU1 2
 - HCOV0HL63 1
Respiratory Syncytial Virus 6/13 (46%) 7/13 (54%) 13 (9%)
 - RSVA 8
 - RSVB 3
Human Bocavirus 2/13 (15%) 11/13 (85%) 13 (9%)
Parainfluenza III 4/7 (57%) 3/7 (43%) 7 (5%)
Human metapneumovirus 2/5 (40%) 3/5 (60%) 5 (3%)