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Table 1 Estimated baseline hazard function for probability of RDTs reverting from positive to negative 0–63 days after treatment

From: How long do rapid diagnostic tests remain positive after anti-malarial treatment?

Time interval (days) Log hazard function (log ci)
Mean Standard deviation
\(0 \le t < 1\) − 2.14544 0.59800
\(1 \le t < 2\) − 2.33424 0.59788
\(2 \le t < 3\) − 2.22978 0.59812
\(3 \le t < 4\) − 1.95530 0.59871
\(4 \le t < 5\) − 2.06535 0.59897
\(5 \le t < 6\) − 2.63433 0.59984
\(6 \le t < 7\) − 2.88932 0.60210
\(7 \le t < 10\) − 2.30567 0.61558
\(10 \le t < 14\) − 2.11019 0.60812
\(14 \le t < 17\) − 2.00743 0.62575
\(17 \le t < 21\) − 1.82409 0.61273
\(21 \le t < 28\) − 1.64152 0.60006
\(28 \le t < 35\) − 0.95173 0.59972
\(35 \le t < 42\) − 0.76698 0.60509
\(42 \le t < 49\) − 0.40862 0.66399
\(49 \le t < 56\) − 0.32584 0.73220
\(56 \le t \le 63\) 0.06540 0.89587