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Table 2 Heterogeneity of the meta-analysis on prevalence of gastrointestinal symptoms by symptoms category and virus (sub)-type for the children population

From: Prevalence of gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with influenza, clinical significance, and pathophysiology of human influenza viruses in faecal samples: what do we know?

Meta-analysis Influenza virus (sub)-type Number of studies Prevalence I 2 Statistic[IC] Q Statistic (p-value)
Gastrointestinal symptoms A(H3N2) 3 31.6 [36.33–43.15] 95.55 % [90.27–97.98] 45.1 (p < 0.0001)
  A(H1N1) 1 /   
  A(H1N1)pdm09 2 46.3 [34.24–58.7] 96.75 % [47.69–96.64] 7.54(p = 0.0060)
  B 1 /   
Vomiting A(H3N2) 2 37.5 [13.54–65.36] 89.70 % [61.9–97.21] 9.7 (p = 0.0018)
  A(H1N1)pdm09 1 /   
  B 2 25.6 [14.7–38.35] 19.27 % [0–0] 1.23(p = 0.2657)
Diarrhea A(H3N2) 2 19.6 [9.61–32.13] 60.97 % [0–90.93] 2.57 (p = 0.1095)
  B 2 14.42 [7.48–23.52] 0 % [0.00–0.00] 0.06 (p = 0.8010)
Abdominal pain A(H3N2) 1 /   
  B 1 /