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Table 1 Demographic data of subjects

From: Airway gene-expression classifiers for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) disease severity in infants

  Mild (n = 42)a Severe (n = 64)a p value
  n Mean (STD) or % n Mean (STD) or %
Global Severity Score 42 1.63 (1.00) 64 6.13 (1.72) < 0.001
Visit age (months) 42 3.52 (1.99) 64 3.24 (2.37) 0.5122
Gestational age (weeks) 42 39.05 (1.25) 64 38.8 (1.44) 0.3437
Birth weight (kg) 42 3.32 (0.68) 64 3.36 (0.57) 0.7468
Family size 42 4.43 (2.86) 64 3.98 (1.73) 0.3703
Days since disease onset 42 4.31 (1.76) 64 4.86 (1.78) 0.1209
Breast feeding summary 42 1.56 (1.23) 63 1.53 (1.25) 0.8979
Sex 23 44.23 29 55.77 0.4275
Male
Female 19 35.19 35 64.81
Ethnicity 8 42.11 11 57.89 0.8018
Hispanic or Latino
Non-Hispanic or non-Latino 34 39.08 53 60.92
Race 23 37.1 39 62.9 0.3115
Caucasian
Other race 19 47.5 21 52.5
Missing - 0 4 100
Delivery type 29 36.71 50 63.29 0.3634
Vaginal
C-section 13 48.15 14 51.85
Smoking exposure 14 38.89 22 61.11 1
Yes
No 28 40 42 60
RSV group 23 38.98 36 61.02 1
A
B 18 39.13 28 60.87
Missing 1 100 - 0
  1. P-values reported in the last column were either based on Fisher’s exact test (if the variable is categorical) or Welch t-test (if the variable is continuous). Continuous variables are reported as sample means (STD); categorical variables are reported as percentages
  2. aBased on GRSS ≤ 3.5 (mild) or > 3.5 (severe)