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Table 5 Logistic regression of ED variables for the diagnosis of COVID. Odds ratio and confidence interval (CI at 95%) are shown and relative p values

From: The broad spectrum of COVID-like patients initially negative at RT-PCR testing: a cohort study

   OR 95% confidence interval p value
COPD yes vs no 0.66 (0.16-2.69) 0.561
fever yes vs no 3.32 (0.97-12.31) 0.061
Lung ultrasound Consolidation vs Normal Lung Ultrasound 2.58 (0.27-28) 0.414
Monolateral mild interstitial syndrome vs Normal Lung Ultrasound 1.81 (0.21-17.88) 0.596
Bilateral severe interstitial syndrome vs Normal Lung Ultrasound 6.09 (0.87-54.65) 0.080
Pleural effusion vs Normal Lung Ultrasound 2.27 (0.26-23.92) 0.470
CT scan Typical vs Other 4.18 (1.11-17.86) 0.040
WBC   1.01 (0.98-1.06) 0.651
age   0.99 (0.95-1.03) 0.617
sex Male vs Female 1.45 (0.41-5.19) 0.557