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Table 2 IgG and antibody levels in serum samples for each of the four samplings

From: Antibody levels to tetanus, diphtheria, measles and varicella in patients with primary immunodeficiency undergoing intravenous immunoglobulin therapy: a prospective study

  Mean SD Min Max n
Tetanus (IU/mL)      
First sample 0,82(A) 0,28 0,34 1,57 21
Second sample 1,72(B) 0,77 0,79 3,48 21
Third sample 1,82(B) 0,81 0,16 3,25 21
Fourth sample 2,22(B) 2,22 0,17 9,90 21
Diphtheria (IU/mL)      
First sample 0,49(C) 0,25 0,07 0,96 21
Second sample 0,61(C) 0,38 0,14 1,53 21
Third sample 0,64(C) 0,46 0,08 1,65 21
Fourth sample 1,22(D) 0,53 0,16 2,15 21
Measles (IU/mL)      
First sample 2,21(E) 0,67 0,81 3,47 21
Second sample 2,88(E) 1,83 0,86 6,82 21
Third sample 1,74(F) 0,99 0,60 4,30 21
Fourth sample 2,66(E) 1,51 1,09 7,94 21
Varicella (IU/mL)      
First sample 0,86(G) 0,84 0,27 4,06 21
Second sample 1,45(H) 0,60 0,70 2,57 21
Third sample 1,50(H) 0,61 0,48 2,67 21
Fourth sample 2,33(I) 1,18 0,60 5,27 21
Total IgG (mg/dL) – plasma samples      
First sample 748,71(J) 167,26 459,0 1040,0 21
Second sample 741,76(J) 154,01 521,0 1030,0 21
Third sample 754,19(J) 162,62 535,0 1070,0 21
Fourth sample 868,62(K) 162,85 634,0 1220,0 21
  1. (A)and (B)have different mean at a significant level of 5% (p = 0.017).
  2. (C)and (D)have different mean at a significant level of 5% (p < 0.001).
  3. (E)and (F)have different mean at a significant level of 5% (p = 0.043).
  4. (G),(H) and (I)have different mean at a significant level of 5% (p < 0.001).
  5. (J)and (K)have different mean at a significant level of 5% (p = 0.0156).