Risk for Severe Illness and Death among Pediatric Patients with Down Syndrome Hospitalized for COVID-19, Brazil
, Li Su, Ana Cristina Simões-e-Silva, Luisamanda Selle Arocha, Karina Mary de Paiva, and Patricia Haas
Author affiliation: Author affiliations: University of Leicester, Leicester, England, UK (C. Leung); University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, UK (C. Leung, L. Su, A.C. Simões-e-Silva, L.S. Arocha); Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (A.C. Simões-e-Silva); University of Cambridge, Cambridge (L. Selle Arocha); Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil (K.M. de Paiva, P. Haas)
Figure 4. Crude and stratified hazard ratios for various factors associated with risk for severe illness and death among pediatric patients with Down syndrome hospitalized for COVID-19, Brazil. We calculated hazard ratios by using Cox regression. Circles indicate hazard ratio; error bars indicate 95% CI; dotted vertical line indicates the null hypothesis of hazard ratio being equal to 1.
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