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Table 2 Demographical and clinical data of patients

From: Simultaneous investigation of influenza and enteric viruses in the stools of adult patients consulting in general practice for acute diarrhea

Demographical and clinical data Patients positive to influenza virus Patients positive to enteric virus only Patients negative to enteric and influenza viruses
  Patients positive to both influenza and enteric viruses Patients positive to influenza virus only Patients positive to at least one influenza virus   
  (n = 5) (n = 5) (n = 10) (n = 87) (n = 41)
Median age (years) [IQ]* 64 [38 - 80] 30 [24 - 56] 43 [24 - 74] 35 [28 - 50] 44 [32 - 56]
Females (%) 2 (50.0%) 4 (80.0%) 6 (60.0%) 43 (49.4%) 18 (43.9%)
Median duration of the enrolment diarrhea episode (days) [IQ] 2 [2 - 3.5] 1 [1 - 1] 2 [1 - 2] 1 [1 - 2] 2 [1 - 4]
Patients suffering of fever (%) 4 (80.0%) 3 (60.0%) 7 (70.0%) 33 (37.9%) 9 (21.9%)
Median duration of fever after enrollment (days) [IQ] 1 [1 - 6] 1 [0 - 6] 1 [1 - 6] 1 [0 - 2] 1 [1 - 2]
  1. * [IQ] = [Interquartile range].