The 50 RSV infected infants were further divided into two subgroups (low-expression group and high-expression group) by the median mRNA level of IFI27. Four categories of patients’ clinical information were reviewed and compared [1]: GA, birth weight (BW) and gender [2]; age and body weight at first admission due to RSV infection [3]; respiratory support including non-invasive ventilation and MV [4]; the frequency of hospitalization and the cumulative length of hospital stay due to RSV infection. Severe RSV infection of those in-patients was defined as refractory hypoxemia that no response to the oxygen therapy, significant acidosis (an arterial pH < 7.2), and MV required.

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