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Table 3 Clinical features in different infections in multivariate analysis

From: Co-infection with Campylobacter and rotavirus in less than 5 year old children with acute gastroenteritis in Nepal during 2017–2018

Clinical featuresRotavirus onlyCampylobacter onlyCo-infection
AOR (95%CI)p-valueAOR (95%CI)p-valueAOR (95%CI)p-value
Stool/day
 3–62.60 (0.79–8.55)0.1151.42 (0.47–4.22)0.5260.06 (0.01–0.23)< 0.001
 7–91.57 (0.56–4.38)0.3850.98 (0.38–2.52)0.9710.33 (0.13–0.85)0.021
  > 91  1 1 
Fever
 No1.39 (0.69–2.79)0.3552.07 (1.12–3.83)0.0200.25 (0.12–0.50)< 0.001
 Yes1 1 1 
Vomiting
 No0.51 (0.16–1.57)0.2414.48 (1.99–10.09)< 0.0010.26 (0.07–0.88)0.005
 Yes1 1 1 
Dehydration
 No-minimal1 1 1 
 Mild-moderate2.53 (0.98–6.52)0.0531.22 (0.47–3.15)0.6750.29 (0.12–0.73)0.009
 Severe00.99900.99900.999
Abdominal pain
 No2.53 (1.16–5.52)0.0191.41 (0.75–2.62)0.2790.52 (0.27–1.01)0.051
 Yes1 1 1 
Duration of diarrhea (in days)
  < 31 1 1 
 3–50.87 (0.41–1.87)0.7371.02 (0.52–1.96)0.9520.66 (0.33–1.31)0.241
 6–90.67 (0.24–1.89)0.4580.54 (0.21–1.41)0.2111.68 (0.67–4.16)0.262
  > 900.9992.15 (0.13–33.69)0.58400.999
Mucus
 Absent1.39 (0.74–2.61)0.3990.81 (0.45–1.49)0.5140.46 (0.25–0.86)0.016
 Present1 1 1 
Pus
 Absent7.26 (2.47–21.36)< 0.0010.45 (0.25–0.81)0.0080.81 (0.43–1.50)0.508
 Present1 1 1 
  1. AOR Adjusted odds ratio, 95%CI 95% confidence interval, NA Not applicable, 1 = Reference