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Human adenovirus Coinfection aggravates the severity of Mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia in children.

人腺病毒共感染加重儿童支原体肺炎的严重程度

  • 影响因子:2.79
  • DOI:10.1186/s12879-020-05152-x
  • 作者列表:"Gao J","Xu L","Xu B","Xie Z","Shen K
  • 发表时间:2020-06-16
Abstract

BACKGROUND:Mycoplasma pneumoniae (M. pneumoniae) is an important pathogen of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in children. The coinfection rate of M. pneumoniae pneumonia (MPP) can reach 52% in some areas, but the effects of coinfection with different pathogens have not been clearly recognized. METHODS:The cases of MPP hospitalized in Beijing Children's Hospital from 1/1/2014 to 12/31/2016 were screened. MPP patients coinfected with Human adenovirus (HAdV) were categorized into the research group. Patients with single M. pneumoniae infection were categorized into the control group, matching the research group by age and admission time with a ratio of 1:3. Clinical manifestations, laboratory examinations, and disease severity were compared between these two groups. RESULTS:A total of 2540 hospitalized MPP cases were screened in Beijing Children's Hospital, among which thirty cases were enrolled in the research group and ninety cases were enrolled in the control group. The results indicated that patients in the research group had longer hospital stays, longer fever durations and a higher rate of dyspnea, as well as a larger proportion applications of oxygen therapy and noninvasive continuous positive airway pressure (NCPAP). No obvious differences were found in lab examinations within the two groups. Regarding disease severity, the proportions of extremely severe pneumonia and severe disease defined by the clinical score system were higher in the research group than in the control group. CONCLUSION:Compared with single M. pneumoniae infection, MPP coinfected with HAdV in children was relatively more serious.

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背景: 支原体肺炎 (M. pneumoniae) 是儿童社区获得性肺炎 (CAP) 的重要病原体。该合并的 M.肺炎 (MPP) 可达 52% 在某些领域,但对合并不同病原体尚未得到明确承认. 方法: 筛选 2014 年 1 月 1 日至 20 16 年 12 月 31 日在北京儿童医院住院的 MPP 病例。将合并人腺病毒 (HAdV) 感染的 MPP 患者分为研究组。将单纯肺炎支原体感染患者分为对照组,按年龄和入院时间匹配研究组,比例为 1:3。比较两组患者的临床表现、实验室检查和疾病严重程度。 结果: 北京儿童医院共筛查出 2540 例 MPP 住院病例,其中 30 例入选研究组,90 例入选对照组。结果表明,研究组患者住院时间较长,发热持续时间较长,呼吸困难发生率较高。以及较大比例的应用氧疗和无创持续气道正压通气 (NCPAP)。两组实验室检查无明显差异。关于疾病严重程度,临床评分系统定义的极重症肺炎和严重疾病的比例研究组高于对照组。 结论: 儿童 MPP 合并 HAdV 感染较单一肺炎支原体感染严重。

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