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Table 3 Distribution of co-infections

From: Viral etiology of community-acquired pneumonia among adolescents and adults with mild or moderate severity and its relation to age and severity

Associations n (%)
Dual infections 65 (6.8)
RV + Bacterium 48
  IFV A + Bacterium 19
  HRV + Bacterium 9
  PIVs + Bacterium 8
  AdV + MP 4
  hCoVs + MP 2
  IFV B + MP 2
  RSVs + MP 2
  hMPV + Bacterium 2
RV + RV 11
  IFV A + hCoVs 2
  IFV A + PIVs 2
  HRV + PIVs 2
  hMPV + PIVs 2
  AdV + RSV A 1
  AdV + PIVs 1
  AdV + hCoVs 1
Bacterium + Bacterium 6
Triple infections 8 (0.84)
  IFV A (sH3N2) + PIV1 + PIV2 1
  IFV A (sH3N2) + PIV2 + PIV3 1
  IFV A (pH1N1) + two Bacteria 1
  HRV + PIV1 + PIV3 1
  HRV + two bacteria 1
  PIV1 + EV + bacterium 1
  PIV1 + PIV3 + bacterium 1
  IFV B + AdV + PIV3 1
Quadruple infection 1 (0.1)
  PIV1 + PIV3 + two bacteria 1
Quintuple infections 1 (0.1)
  HRV + PIV1 + PIV2 + PIV3 + RSV B 1
Total 75/954 (7.9)
  1. Note: influenza virus (IFV) types A and B, human rhinovirus (HRV), adenovirus (AdV), human metapneumovirus (hMPV), parainfluenza virus (PIV) types 1, 2, 3 and 4, enterovirus (EV), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) types A and B, human coronaviruses (hCoVs), Mycoplasma pneumoniae (MP).