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Table 3 Multivariate correlates among people who sought treatment for fever from trained providers in Myanmar (N = 637)

From: Rural and urban disparities in health-seeking for fever in Myanmar: findings from a probability-based household survey

  Sought treatment from trained providers
Adjusted odds ratio 95 % CI p value
Residence
 Urban 1   
 Rural 0.60 0.42–0.88 0.01
Age (years)
 Under 5 1   
 5–14 1.60 0.90–2.53 0.05
 15–45 0.87 0.55–1.38 0.55
 46 and above 0.78 0.48–1.27 0.32
Education
 Primary grade 1   
 No schooling 1.13 0.70–1.82 0.62
 Middle grade 1.09 0.71–1.69 0.69
 High grade and above 1.02 0.61–1.73 0.93
Occupation
 Professionals/skilled workers 1   
 Farmers/fishermen 0.86 0.41–1.77 0.68
 Self-employed/shops 1.05 0.50–2.20 0.89
 Unskilled labourers 0.70 0.35–1.42 0.33
Others
 Had additional symptoms 1.32 0.94–1.85 0.10
 Had known that mosquito bite can cause malaria 1.02 0.71–1.46 0.93
 Think that malaria is severe disease 0.96 0.63–1.46 0.84
 Know that sleeping under bed net can prevent malaria 2.08 1.00–4.30 0.05
 Heard of rapid diagnostic testing 1.22 0.78–1.93 0.39