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Table 2 Clinical data of symptomatic patients with severe manifestations, enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli infection, or norovirus infection

From: EHEC O111:H8 strain and norovirus GII.4 Sydney [P16] causing an outbreak in a daycare center, Brazil, 2019

Clinical data Cases, n (%)
(n = 27)
EHEC/HUS/HCa, n
(n = 5)
Norovirus, n (%)
(n = 11)
Diarrhea 26 (96.3) 5 11 (100)
Mucus in stool 5 (18.5) 4 2 (18.2)
Blood in stool 5 (18.5) 4 2 (18.2)
Vomiting 12 (44.4) 3 6 (54.5)
Fever 11 (40.7) 2 0
Convulsion 1 (3.7) 1 0
Hematuria 2 (7.4) 2 4 (27.3)
Hospitalization 7b (25.9) 4 4 (27.3)
  1. aEHEC enterohemorrhagic E. coli isolates (n = 2); HUS hemolytic uremic syndrome, HC hemorrhagic colitis. bOne child was positive for both EHEC and norovirus