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Table 5 Association between radiological findings with the need for ventilation

From: Typical and atypical CT chest imaging findings of novel coronavirus 19 (COVID-19) in correlation with clinical data: impact on the need to ICU admission, ventilation and mortality

  Ventilation Chi-square test
(p value)
No (n = 107) Yes
(n = 13)
%(n) %(n)
Radiological findings
CT severity signs 10.3(11) 76.9(10) X2 = 35.658
p = <0.001*
Ground glass opacity
o Multilobes 92.5(99) 92.3(12) X2 = 0.001
p = 0.978
Peripheral 73.8(79) 30.8(4) X2 = 10.079
p = 0.001*
Central and peripheral 16.8(18) 15.4(2) X2 = 0.017
p = 0.895
White lung 1.9(2) 46.2(6) X2 = 36.535
p = <0.001*
o Single lobe 7.5(8) 7.7(1) X2 = 0.001
p = 0.978
Consolidation 14.0(15) 7.7(1) X2 = 0.401
p = 0.526
o Heterogenous 11.2(12) 7.7(1) X2 = 0.149
P = 0.700
o Homogenous 2.8(3) 0.0(0) X2 = 0.374
p = 0.541
Crazy paving 33.6(36) 23.1(3) X2 = 0.590
p = 0.442
Atelectatic bands 7.5(8) 7.7(1) X2 = 0.001
p = 0.978
Tree in bud nodules 7.5(8) 7.7(1) X2 = 0.001
p = 0.978
Pleural effusion 2.8(3) 23.1(3) X2 = 10.030
p = 0.002*
Lymph nodes 7.5(8) 0.0(0) X2 = 1.041
p = 0.307
  1. *Significant at p ≤ 0.05