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Table 1 Demographics and admission clinical characteristics of hospitalized patients with COVID-19

From: COVID-19 severity and age increase the odds of delirium in hospitalized adults with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection: a cohort study

  No Delirium
(N = 56)
Delirium
(N = 43)
Age in Years, Median (IQR) 47.5 (37.5–63) 62 (47–81)
Age in Years, N (%)
  < 45 years 25 (45%) 7 (16%)
  45–65 years 22 (39%) 17 (40%)
  > 65 years 9 (16%) 19 (44%)
  Female Sex, N (%) 16 (29%) 13 (30%)
Race, N (%)
  Asian 8 (14%) 11 (26%)
  Black 6 (11%) 5 (12%)
  Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 1 (2%) 1 (2%)
  Other 25 (45%) 8 (19%)
  Unknown 4 (7%) 1 (2%)
  White 12 (21%) 17 (40%)
Ethnicity, N (%)
  Hispanic or Latino 24 (43%) 9 (21%)
  Not Hispanic or Latino 29 (52%) 32 (74%)
  Unknown 3 (5%) 2 (5%)
Race and Ethnicity combined, N (%)
  Hispanic or Latino 24 (43%) 9 (21%)
  White Non-Hispanic 10 (18%) 14 (33%)
  Non-White Non-Hispanic 22 (39%) 20 (46%)
Admission Source, N (%)
  Home 40 (71%) 21 (49%)
  Skilled Nursing Facility 2 (4%) 5 (12%)
  Outside Hospital Transfer 14 (25%) 17 (40%)
Any Intensive Care Unit Contact
  Yes 14 (25%) 30 (70%)
  No 42 (75%) 32 (30%)
COVID-19 Severity Classification within 24-Hours of Admissiona, N (%)
  1–hospitalized, no oxygen therapy 20 (36%) 8 (19%)
  2–oxygen by mask or nasal prongs 24 (43%) 18 (42%)
  3–non-invasive ventilation or high-flow oxygen 7 (13%) 5 (12%)
  4–intubation and mechanical ventilation 5 (9%) 12 (28%)
  Hospital length of stay (days), median (q1-q3) 7.5 (4–13) 14 (11–27)
  1. aCOVID-19 severity was classified as follows: 1 – hospitalized, no oxygen therapy; 2 – oxygen by mask or nasal prongs; 3 – non-invasive ventilation or high-flow oxygen; 4 – intubation and mechanical ventilation