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Table 1 Household characteristics.

From: Is staying overnight in a farming hut a risk factor for malaria infection in a setting with insecticide-treated bed nets in rural Laos?

   March (n = 127) August (n = 128)
   n % 95% CIa n % 95% CIa
Mean number of household members (SD)   7.0 (4.1) 6.3, 7.8 7.2 (4.3) 6.4, 7.9
House type        
  Bamboo 36 28.3 13.6, 43.0 28 21.9 6.6, 37.2
  Wood 90 70.9 61.5, 80.3 99 77.3 69.0, 85.6
  Cement 1 0.8 -16.7, 18.3 1 0.8 -16.7, 18.3
Educational attainment of household head        
  No 21 16.5 0.6, 32.4 17 13.3 -2.8, 29.4
  Primary 85 66.9 56.9, 76.9 90 70.3 60.9, 79.7
  Secondary or above 21 16.5 0.6, 32.4 21 16.4 0.6, 32.2
Farm type        
  Paddy 47 37.0 23.2, 50.8 56 43.8 30.8, 56.8
  Slash 32 25.2 10.2, 40.2 36 28.1 13.4, 42.8
  Paddy and slash 48 37.8 24.1, 51.5 36 28.1 13.4, 42.8
Household assets        
  None 45 35.4 21.4, 49.4 49 38.3 24.6, 51.8
  Radio and/or bicycle 48 37.8 24.1, 51.5 44 34.4 20.4, 48.4
  Motorbike and/or car 34 26.8 11.9, 41.7 35 27.3 12.5, 42.1
  1. a: 95% confidence interval for the estimated proportion or mean