Volume 14, Number 4—April 2008
Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome Caused by 2 Lineages of Dobrava Hantavirus, Russia1
|Clinical sign or symptom|
|Maximum temperature, °C||<38.0||38.0–39.5||>39.5|
|Low-back, abdominal pain||–/+||+/++||+++/++++|
|Hemorrhagic (petechial) skin rash||–||–/+||–/+/++|
|Oliguria (minimum mL/d)||>900||300–900||<200–300|
|Oliguria duration, d||6||9||11–13|
|Maximum blood urea, mmol/L||<8.3||8.3–19.0||>19.0|
|Maximum blood creatinine, μmol/L||<130||130–300||>300|
| Maximum leukocyte count, 109/L
|Clinical outcome by region|
*Boldface indicates statistically significant differences between groups. Comparison of binomial population proportions analysis implemented in Statlets (NWP Associates, Inc.; www.mrs.umn.edu/~sungurea/statlets/statlets.htm) indicates that the null hypothesis that the 2 proportions are equal could be rejected at significance level of 5.0%.
†According to Leshchinskaia et al. (34).
1This work is dedicated to the memory of our friend and colleague Milan Labuda, who died in August 2007.