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Table 2 Laboratory findings of patients with COVID-19

From: Clinical characteristics of children infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Italy

Markers Normal range Males (n = 35) Females (n = 31) P values
CRP (mg/dL) <  0.5 0.66 (range 0.03–5) 0.28 (range 0.03–3.39) 0.605
ESR (mm/h) 0–15 15.56 (range 4–26) 9.13 (range 4–21) 0.092
Fibrinogen (mg/dL) 150–400 370 (range 217–566) 340 (range 212–540) 0.4813
Procalcitonin (ng/ml) <  0.5 0.08 (range 0.02–1.16) 0.29 (range 0.02–2.28) 0.6791
D-Dimer (μg/ml) 0–0.57 0.75 (range 0.27–3.35) 1.83 (range 0.27–19.69) 0.6228
LDH (U/L) 60–170 (range 1–10 years) 266,6 (range 188–365) 317.5 (range 194–453) *0.0499
PLT (103/uL) 150–450 282.40 (range 135–445) 247.96 (range 170–352) 0.1072
WBCs (103/uL) 0–3 years (10–25) 3.9 (range 1.9–6.8) 5.5 (range 2.7–13) 0.2642
WBCs (103/uL) 4–7 years (6–15) 3 (range 0.5–6.1) 3.7 (range 2.1–6) 0.9307
WBCs (103/uL) 8–12 years (4.5–13) 2.2 (range 1.2–3.6) 2.9 (range 1.4–5.4) 0.6806
WBCs (103/uL) 13–18 years (4–10) 1.2 (range 1–1.6) 1.5 (range 0.3–3.2) 0.6508
RBCs (106/uL) 0–1 year (3.2–4.8) 6.5 (range 2.9–11.2) 10.9 (range 8.2–1.7) *0.0132
RBCs (106/uL) 2–6 years (range 3.6–5) 7 (range 3–11.9) 8.6 (range 4.8–22.1) 0.6334
RBCs (106/uL) 7–12 years (3.8–4.8) 5.2 (range 3.1–8.1) 6 (range 3.5–10) 0.3136
RBCs (106/uL) 13–18 years (0.4–5.2) 5.1 (range 4.6–5.5) 3.8 (range 1.2–6.1) 0.3524
  1. *significant p < / = 0.05