Volume 27, Number 6—June 2021
Macrolide-Resistant Mycoplasma pneumoniae Infections in Children, Ohio, USA
|Risk factor||Univariate analysis
|RR (95% CI)||p value||aRR (95% CI)||p value|
|Female sex||0.85 (0.63–1.15)||0.2852|
|Age, y||0.98 (0.95–1.01)||0.2213|
|Underlying condition||1.25 (0.92–1.71)||0.1592|
|Any previous visit||0.83 (0.58–1.16)||0.2734|
|Macrolide resistance||2.91 (1.56–5.44)||0.0008||2.04 (0.97–4.32)||0.061|
|Abnormal respiratory examination||1.14 (0.77–1.7)||0.5103|
|Previous treatment with antimicrobial drugs||0.94 (0.69–1.27)||0.6882|
|Previous nonmacrolide antimicrobial drugs||0.97 (0.71–1.31)||0.8204|
|Positive viral test||0.96 (0.69–1.34)||0.8122|
|MRMp and positive viral test||1.67 (0.51–5.44)||0.3946|
*Bold type indicates statistical significance. aRR, adjusted RR; MRMp, macrolide-resistant Mycoplasma pneumoniae; RR, relative risk.
1Current affiliation: Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, USA.
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