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Table 7 Multivariate logistic regression analysis

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

  N N-CC RE
    aOR IC 95% p-value
Type of the mission      < 0.0001
   Training 703 140 1.00   
   Military operation 1390 827 6.46 3.92 - 10.65  
Preferred time for activities      0.0805
   Morning type 531 252 1.00   
   Intermediate type 1248 585 0.83 0.65 - 1.05  
   Evening type 314 530 0.69 0.50 - 0.96  
Bedtime during the mission      < 0.0001
   Before or at midnight 1607 778 1.00   
   After midnight 342 138 0.73 0.56 - 0.96  
   Not Available (Company 1) 144 51 0.30 0.17 - 0.52  
Birth of a child      0.0421
   No 2040 941 1.00   
   Yes 53 26 1.99 1.02 - 3.88  
Perception of the severity of malaria      0.0171
   Not severe 254 136 1.44 1.06 - 1.96  
   Mildly severe 1473 654 1.00   
   Very severe 366 177 1.31 1.00 - 1.71  
Systematic use of protective measures: long clothes, repellents, and bed net      0.0001
   No one 653 249 1.00   
   One of them 671 277 1.39 1.03 - 1.87  
   Two or three of them 769 441 2.12 1.49 - 3.01  
Medical history of clinical malaria      < 0.0001
   No 1870 902 1.00   
   Yes 180 50 0.45 0.30 - 0.66  
   Does not know 43 15 0.44 0.22 - 0.87  
Perceived mosquito attractiveness, compared to other soldiers      0.0029
   Inferior to the others 608 275 0.71 0.56 - 0.89  
   Equivalent to the others 998 490 1.00   
   Superior to the others 487 202 0.71 0.55 - 0.91  
Random effect (i.e. company effect)      < 0.0001
  1. N: Number of subjects; CC: Subjects with correct compliance; NA: Not Available
  2. aOR: adjusted OR; RE: Random Effect Model