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Table 6 Adjusted prevalence ratios using log-binomial regression in a context of a generalized linear model

From: School-based malaria prevalence: informative systematic surveillance measure to assess epidemiological impact of malaria control interventions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Parameter Hypothetical test Exp (B) 95% Wald confidence interval for Exp (B)
Wald Chi-square df p value Lower Upper
(Constante) 916.569 1 0.000 0.123 0.108 0.141
Rural 551.337 1 0.000 2.961 2.705 3.242
Urban     1   
May 123.004 1 0.000 1.536 1.423 1.656
October     1   
Male 46.229 1 0.000 1.296 1.203 1.397
Female     1   
6–8 years of age 0.275 1 0.600 0.975 0.888  
9–10 years of age 2.076 1 0.150 1.080 0.973 1.198
11–12 years of age     1   
Presence of fever (≥ 37.5 °C) 7.811 1 0.005 1.243 1.067 1.447
Absence of fever (< 37.5 °C)     1   
Survey year 2009 13.725 1 0.000 1.354 1.153 1.589
Survey year 2010 76.404 1 0.000 1.778 1.563 2.023
Survey year 2011 128.499 1 0.000 1.980 1.759 2.228
Survey year 2012 8.083 1 0.004 1.204 1.059 1.368
Survey year 2013 6.316 1 0.012 0.838 0.731 0.962
Survey year 2014     1   
(Scale)       
  1. Dependent variable: positive result
  2. Model: (Constante), month, location, gender, age, temperature
  3. Where Exp (B) is the PR estimate of a given covariate