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Table 4 Location-wise distribution of incidences of infectious etiologies of diarrhea

From: Multiple etiologies of infectious diarrhea and concurrent infections in a pediatric outpatient-based screening study in Odisha, India

Total no of samples Total no. with an infectious diagnosis No (%) of cases tested positive for different etiologies
Cryptosporidium* Adenovirus* Rotavirus* Shigella stx Giardia DEC
Rural
40 24 (60) 3 (7.5) 4 (10) 6 (15) 9 (22.5) 0 (0) 16 (40)
Urban
90 50 (55.55) 1 (1.11) 2 (2.22) 28 (31.11) 22 (24.45) 1 (1.11) 24 (26.66)
Statistics
P value 0.3190 0.02623* 0.0260* 0.0273* 0.4055 0.2525 0.0650
95% CI (lower, upper) 48.33, 65.12 0.9403, 7.907 1.921, 9.915 19.33, 34.34 17.3, 31.89 0.0, 4.657 23.46, 39.18
Odds ratio 1.2 7.216 4.889 0.3908 0.8974 0 1.833
  1. Percentages are calculated based on the total number of rural and urban children with symptoms of diarrhea as included in the present study (n = 40 and 90, respectively)
  2. DEC diarrheagenic Escherichia coli
  3. * Statistically significant