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Table 3 Symptoms at inclusion

From: Pilot feasibility study of an emergency paediatric kit for intra-rectal quinine administration used by the personnel of community-based health care units in Senegal

Symptom Cases
N = 79
Controls
N = 55
Total
N = 134
Vomiting    
Yes 66 (83.5%) 39 (70.9%) 105 (78.4%)
Non 13 (16.5%) 16 (29.1%) 29 (21.6%)
Convulsions    
Yes 3 (3.8%) 7 (12.7%) 10 (7.5%)
Non 76 (96.2%) 48 (87.3%) 124 (92.5%)
Loss of consciousness    
Yes 2 (2.5%) 4 (7.3%) 6 (4.5%)
Non 77 (97.5%) 51 (92.7%) 128 (95.5%)
Agitation    
Yes 41 (51.9%) 39 (70.9%) 80 (59.7%)
No 38 (48.1%) 16 (29.1%) 54 (40.3%)
Hallucinations    
Yes 26 (32.9%) 25 (45.5%) 51 (38.1%)
No 53 (67.1%) 30 (54.5%) 83 (61.9%)
Bloody feces    
Yes 4 (5.1%) 2 (3.6%) 6 (4.5%)
No 75 (94.9%) 53 (96.4%) 128 (95.5%)
Anal lesion    
Yes 0 2 (3.6%) 2 (1.5%)
No 79 (100.0%) 53 (96.4%) 132 (98.5%)