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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of Kawasaki disease

From: Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio and scoring system for predicting coronary artery lesions of Kawasaki disease

  Patient without CAL
(n = 238)
Patient with CAL (n = 127) p value
Age (year) 1.5(0.8–2.6) 1.4(0.7–2.4) p = 0.316
Gender (Male) 128(53.8%) 92(72.4%) p = 0.001*
IVIG resistance (+) 15(6.3%) 29(22.8%) p < 0.001*
Clinical features
 Oral changes 230(96.6%) 125(98.4%) p = 0.504
 Conjunctival injection 230(96.6%) 124(97.6%) p = 0.754
 Extremity changes 233(97.9%) 125(98.4%) p = 1.000
 Rash 230(96.6%) 122(96.1%) p = 0.773
 Lymphadenopathy 28(11.8%) 15(11.8%) p = 1.000
 BCG injection 130(54.6%) 58(45.7%) p = 0.124
  1. Data are expressed as median (range) or number (percentage). BCG Bacille Calmette-Guerin, CAL Coronary artery lesions, IVIG Intravenous immunoglobulin; *p < 0.05