Volume 9, Number 10—October 2003
Illness in Intensive Care Staff after Brief Exposure to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
|Time spent in index patient’s room||No. (%) healthcare workers with specified exposure with SARS||No. (%) healthcare workers without specified exposure with SARS||Odds of developing SARS after specified exposure||95% CI for OR||p value|
||(0.005 to 1.91)b
||(1.27 to 131)
|>4 h||3/4 (75)||3/27 (11)||24.0||(1.85 to 311)||0.003|
aCI, confidence interval; OR, odds ratio.
bThese logit estimators use a correction of 0.5 in every cell of the table that contains a zero.
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