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Table 6 Univariable and multivariable random mixed effects logistic regression analysis of determinants of having access to bed net to sleep under among 7363 individuals

From: Free versus purchased mosquito net ownership and use in Budondo sub-county, Uganda

Variable Univariable OR (95% CI), p-value Multivariable OR (95% CI), p-value
Gender
 Female REF REF
 Male 0.78 (0.65–0.93), < 0.01 0.85 (0.71–1.02), 0.09
Age
 > 5 years REF REF
 ≤ 5 years 1.36 (1.09–1.70), < 0.01 1.75 (1.40–2.18), < 0.01
Pregnancy status
 Not pregnant REF REF
 Pregnant 2.64 (1.49–4.66), < 0.01 2.66 (1.58–4.53), < 0.01
Number of nets in household (continuous) 19.49 (15.18–25.03), < 0.01 17.64 (14.15–21.98), < 0.01
Number of people in household (continuous) 0.43 (0.84–1.01), 0.07 0.59 (0.56–0.63), < 0.01
Alternative use
 Living in household that does not use nets for alternative purposes REF
 Living in household that uses nets for alternative purposes 0.59 (0.30–1.14), 0.12
Benefits
 No perceived benefits of using bed net REF
 Any perceived benefit of using bed net 4.66 (1.48–14.59), < 0.01 1.88 (1.06–3.32), < 0.01
Knowledge of malaria
 No knowledge, or belief malaria is caused by several varying factors REF
 Knowledge that mosquitoes are the sufficient and necessary cause of malaria 0.63 (0.34–1.13), 0.13