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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression analysis for factors associated with prolonged duration of viral clearance, stratified by location of recuperation

From: Factors associated with prolonged duration of viral clearance in non-severe SARS-CoV-2 patients in Osaka, Japan

  Hospitalized patients   Non-hospitalized patients
  Total patients
(n = 428)
Prolonged duration patients
(n = 100)
Multivariate logistic regressiona,b Total patients
(n = 277)
Prolonged duration patients
(n = 94)
Multivariate logistic regressionc
Variables n (%) n (%) OR 95% CI p value n (%) n (%) OR 95% CI p value
Sex
 Women 188 (43.9) 48 (48.0) ref.    137 (49.5) 39 (41.5) ref.   
 Men 240 (56.1) 52 (52.0) 0.70 0.42–1.19 0.19 140 (50.5) 55 (58.5) 1.54 0.93–2.57 0.10
Age: 10 years old increment    1.31 1.12–1.52 0.001    0.95 0.78–1.14 0.57
Number of comorbidities
 0 268 (62.6) 49 (49.0) ref.    243 (87.7) 77 (81.9) ref.   
 1 106 (24.8) 31 (31.0) 1.52 0.81–2.86 0.20 27 (9.8) 13 (13.8) 1.89 0.83–4.29 0.13
 2+ 54 (12.6) 20 (20.0) 2.74 1.29–5.83 0.01 7 (2.5) 4 (4.3) 3.03 0.64–14.36 0.16
Duration from illness onset to admissiona    1.18 1.13–1.24 < 0.001      
  1. aSix cases (1.4%) of the hospitalized patients had missing data on date of admission. (n = 422)
  2. bMultivariate logistic regression adjusted for sex, age, number of comorbidities, and duration from illness onset to admission
  3. cMultivariate logistic regression adjusted for sex, age and number of comorbidities
  4. OR adjusted odds ratio, 95% CI 95% confidence interval, ref reference