TABLE 1.

Clinical characteristics of the 26 cases of HRV infections

Sample no.MoSexbAgeUnderlying diseaseDiagnosisHRV speciesCodetection of HBoV
1NovemberF3 yrNoneURTIAYes
2NovemberM13 moHistory of febrile wheezePneumonia, febrile wheezeCYes
3NovemberM17 moHistory of febrile wheezeFebrile wheezeCYes
4NovemberF2 yrHistory of febrile wheezeFebrile wheezeAYes
5NovemberF7 yrNoneURTICNo
6DecemberM11 moNoneFebrile wheezeCYes
7DecemberM2 yrHistory of febrile wheezeFebrile wheezeCYes
8DecemberF5 yrAsthma, allergic rhinitisPneumonia, asthmaCNo
9DecemberM1 yrHistory of febrile wheezeFebrile wheezeCNo
10JanuaryF3 yrAsthmaAsthmaCYes
11JanuaryM1 yrHistory of febrile wheezeFebrile wheezeCYes
12JanuaryF2 yrHistory of febrile wheezePneumonia, asthmaCYes
13aJanuaryM1 yrShort gut syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasiaFebrile wheezeCYes
14JanuaryM7 dayNoneURTICNo
15JanuaryM10 moBronchopulmonary dysplasia, intraventricular hemorrhageURTI, otitis media, gastroenteritisCNo
16JanuaryF1 yrHistory of febrile wheeze, congenital heart diseaseFebrile wheezeCYes
17FebruaryF1 yrNonePneumonia, urinary tract infectionANo
18aFebruaryM1 yrShort gut syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasiaFebrile wheezeCYes
19MarchM8 yrAllergic rhinitisAcute sinusitis, asthmaANo
20AprilM1 yrShort gut syndrome, patent ductus arteriosusFebrile wheezeANo
21AugustM7 moNoneFebrile wheezeCNo
22OctoberM2 yrHistory of febrile wheezePneumonia, febrile wheezeCYes
23OctoberM5 yrAsthmaAsthmaCYes
24OctoberF2 yrNoneURTI, gastroenteritisCNo
25OctoberF4 moNoneURTICNo
26OctoberF1 yrBronchopulmonary dysplasia, congenital heart disease, intraventricular hemorrhageFebrile wheezeCNo
  • a The two samples were from the same patient collected 2 weeks apart.

  • b F, female; M, male.