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Table 3 Variables related to the occurrence of events during the mission and the perception of risks

From: Determinants of compliance with malaria chemoprophylaxis among French soldiers during missions in inter-tropical Africa

  N N-CC Prevalence of CC
    % (95% CI) OR 95% CI p value
Birth of a child       0.1168
   No 2040 941 46.1 (35.0 - 57.3) 1   
   Yes 53 26 49.1 (29.4 - 68.7) 1.49 0.91 - 2.46  
Death of a relative or a friend       0.5877
   No 2004 928 46.3 (35.1 - 57.5) 1   
   Yes 89 39 43.8 (27.1 - 60.6) 1.11 0.76 - 1.63  
Disease of a relative or a friend       0.9812
   No 1996 926 46.4 (35.0 - 57.8) 1   
   Yes 97 41 42.3 (30.3 - 54.2) 1 0.69 - 1.44  
Announcement of a separation or a divorce       0.2850
   No 2048 943 46.0 (34.7 - 57.4) 1   
   Yes 45 24 53.3 (32.4 - 74.3) 1.34 0.78 - 2.29  
Perception of a dangerous situation       0.2358
   No 2041 947 46.4 (35.0 - 57.8) 1   
   Yes 52 20 38.5 (23.8 - 53.1) 0.73 0.44 - 1.23  
Perception of personal malaria risk compared to other soldiers       0.4728
   Inferior 280 132 47.1 (34.3 - 60.0) 1   
   Equivalent 1388 644 46.4 (34.3 - 58.5) 1.04 0.82 - 1.32  
   Superior 425 191 45.0 (33.1 - 56.8) 0.92 0.70 - 1.21  
Perception of the severity of malaria       0.0295
   Not severe 254 136 53.5 (42.7 - 64.4) 1.3 1.02 - 1.66  
   Mildly severe 1473 654 44.4 (32.4 - 56.4) 1   
   Very severe 366 177 48.4 (35.1 - 61.6) 1.22 0.99 - 1.51  
Perceived mosquito attractiveness compared to other soldiers       0.0024
   Inferior to the others 608 275 45.2 (32.1 - 58.3) 0.77 0.64 - 0.93  
   Equivalent to the others 998 490 49.1 (38.3 - 59.9) 1   
   Superior to the others 487 202 41.5 (29.0 - 53.9) 0.75 0.61 - 0.91  
  1. N: Number of subjects; CC: Subjects with correct compliance