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Table 1 Univariable logistic regression of the odds for seeking any advice or treatment for a child under five years with fever from any source.

From: From fever to anti-malarial: the treatment-seeking process in rural Senegal

Variable N % OR 95% CI P value
Child's age      0.9
   < 1 year 74 62.0 1.00   
   1-4 years 234 61.5 0.98 0.56, 1.73  
Child's gender      0.2
   Male 154 58.4 1.00   
   Female 151 64.9 1.31 0.83, 2.08  
Mother's education      0.1
   None 183 57.4 1.00   
   Any 122 68.0 1.58 0.91, 2.75  
Mother's age      0.3
   < 20 years 56 71.4 1.00   
   20-29 years 120 64.2 0.72 0.31, 1.66  
   30-39 years 93 60.2 0.61 0.26, 1.39  
   > 40 years 36 41.7 0.29 0.08, 1.01  
No. wives in HH      0.1
   One or less 208 64.9 1.00   
   Two or more 97 54.6 0.65 0.36, 1.17  
Household size      0.9
   < 10 members 112 61.6 1.00   
   10-14 members 129 62.8 1.05 0.54, 2.05  
   15 or more members 64 59.4 0.91 0.45, 1.86  
No. U5s with fever in HH      1.0
   One 183 61.7 1.00   
   Two or more 122 61.5 0.99 0.51, 1.91  
Socioeconomic status*      0.05
   Lowest tertile 98 50.0 1.00   
   Middle tertile 106 65.1 1.86 0.98, 3.56  
   Highest tertile 95 67.4 2.06 1.07, 3.98  
Seen malaria information in last year      0.7
   No 127 63.0 1.00   
   Yes 178 60.7 0.91 0.56, 1.47  
  1. * 6 missing values for socioeconomic status