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Table 3 Factors associated with onychomadesis

From: An outbreak of Coxsackievirus A6–associated hand, foot, and mouth disease in a kindergarten in Beijing in 2015

  Onychomadesis OR(95%CI) P a
Yes (%) No (%)   
Age(month)(n = 51)
 36–47 16(72.7) 15(51.7) 0.402(0.123–1.318) 0.128
 48–72 6(27.3) 14(48.3)   
Sex (n = 51)
 Female 9(40.9) 17(58.6) 2.046(0.664–6.311) 0.210
 Male 13(59.1) 12(41.4)   
Median duration from onset to initial diagnosis(days)
 ≤ 2 16(72.7) 16(55.2) 0.462(0.140–1.517) 0.199
 > 2 6(27.3) 13(44.8)   
Fever(n = 51)
 No 5(22.7) 3(10.3) 0.392(0.083–1.860) 0.228
 Yes 17(77.3) 26(89.7)   
Temperature(n = 43)
 37.3 ≤ T < 39 °C 13(76.5) 14(53.8) 0.359(0.092–1.399) 0.133
 T ≥ 39 °C 4(23.5) 12(46.2)   
Desquamation(n = 51)
 Yes 20(90.9) 15(51.7) 9.3 (1.836–47.437) 0.003
 No 2(9.1) 14(48.3)   
Pigmentation(n = 51)
 No 16(72.7) 26(89.7) 3.250(0.711–14.851) 0.150
 Yes 6(27.3) 3(10.3)   
  1. aP < 0.05 from the x2 test was considered to be significant
  2. The bold values means significant difference was obtained between compared groups