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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of 95 patients with 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia

From: Analysis of clinical characteristics and laboratory findings of 95 cases of 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia in Wuhan, China: a retrospective analysis

Clinical characteristicsAll patients (n = 95)Disease severity Composite endpoint   
No-severe (n = 63)Severe (n = 32)P1R1P3No (n = 70)Yes (n = 25)P2R2P4
Age, Median (range)-years49.0 (39.0–58.0)49.0 (41.0–57.0)50.5 (38.3–58.8)0.7910.0230.78949.0 (40.8–56.3)52.0 (37.5–63.0)0.4130.0700.410
Age groups-No., %   0.376−0.0260.794  0.1200.0220.820
  <40 years (n = 24)24/95 (25.3)14/63 (22.2)10/32 (31.3)   16/70 (22.9)8/25 (32.0)   
 14/24 (58.3)10/24 (41.7)   16/24 (66.7)8/24 (33.3)   
  40–60 years (n = 54)54/95 (56.8)39/63 (61.9)15/32 (46.9)   44/70 (62.9)10/25 (40.0)   
 39/54 (72.2)15/54 (27.8)   44/52 (81.5)10/52 (18.5)   
  >60 years (n = 17)17/95 (17.9)10/63 (15.9)7/32 (21.9)   10/70 (14.3)7/25 (28.0)   
 10/17 (58.8)7/17 (41.2)   10/17 (58.8)7/17 (41.2)   
Age groups-No., %   0.1920.1430.164  0.0610.2030.049
  40–60 years (n = 54)54/95 (56.8)39/63 (61.9)15/32 (46.9)   44/70 (62.9)10/25 (40.0)   
 39/54 (72.2)15/54 (27.8)   44/54 (81.5)10/54 (18.5)   
  <40 years or >60 years (n = 41)41/95 (43.2)24/63 (38.1)17/32 (53.1)   26/70 (37.1)15/25 (60.0)   
 24/41 (58.5)17/41 (41.5)   26/41 (63.4)15/41 (36.6)   
Sex -No., %   0.1950.1420.171  0.3600.0990.338
 Female (n = 42)42/95 (44.2)31/63 (49.2)11/32 (34.4)   33/70 (44.2)9/25 (36.0)   
 31/42 (73.8)11/42 (26.2)   33/42 (78.6)9/42 (21.4)   
 Male (n = 53)53/95 (55.8)32/63 (50.8)21/32 (65.6)   37/70 (55.8)16/25 (64.0)   
 32/53 (60.4)21/53 (39.6)   37/53 (69.8)16/53 (30.2)   
Highest temperature during hospitalization -No., %  0.0020.362<0.001  0.0010.383<0.001
 <37 °C (n = 8)8/95 (8.4)7/63 (11.1)1/32 (3.1)   8/70 (11.4)0/25 (0.0)   
 7/8 (87.5)1/8 (12.5)   8/8 (100.0)0/8 (0.0)   
 37–38 °C (n = 19)19/95 (20.0)17/63 (27.0)2/32 (6.3)   17/70 (24.3)2/25 (8.0)   
 17/19 (89.5)2/19 (10.5)   17/19 (89.5)2/19 (10.5)   
 38–39 °C (n = 35)35/95 (36.8)25/63 (39.7)10/32 (31.3)   29/70 (41.4)6/25 (24.0)   
 25/35 (71.4)10/35 (28.6)   29/35 (82.9)6/35 (17.1)   
 >39 °C (n = 33)33/95 (34.7)14/63 (22.2)19/32 (59.4)   16/70 (22.9)17/25 (68.0)   
 14/33 (42.4)19/33 (57.6)   16/33 (48.5)17/33 (51.5)   
  1. P values denoted the comparison between non-severe cases and severe cases
  2. Kendall rank correlation coefficient (represented by R) was adopted to measure the degree of rank correlation between the fitness and each variable