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Table 3 Anopheles gambiae mean catch per night as risk indicator for malaria parasite prevalence among children and teenagers (<20 years of age) as determined by fitting separate logistic regression models (GLMM) to data from each of the three survey methods

From: An affordable, quality-assured community-based system for high-resolution entomological surveillance of vector mosquitoes that reflects human malaria infection risk patterns

Survey type OR [95%CI] P
Community-based with ITT mean An. gambiae s.l. catch 4.43 [1.091,17.956] 0.0373
Intercept 0.096[0.075,0.123] <0.0001
Quality assurance with ITT mean An. gambiae s.l. catch 1.01[0.465, 2.178] 0.989
Intercept 0.102[0.076,0.136] <0.0001
Quality assurance with HLC mean An. gambiae s.l. catch 0.94[0.823, 1.081] 0.448
Intercept 0.111[0.080,0.151] <0.0001
  1. See Table2 for details of sample sizes for each entomological survey data set. Note that for all three models location and date included in the models were also highly significant random effects.