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Table 6 Determinants of physical durability (risk of failure to survive in serviceable condition) from Cox proportional hazard models (intention-to-treat approach)

From: Monitoring the physical and insecticidal durability of the long-lasting insecticidal net DawaPlus® 2.0 in three States in Nigeria

VariableAdjusted hazard ratio (HR)95% CIp-value
At household level; N = 3574 obs/1205 nets
 Site
  Ebonyi1.00  
  Zamfara1.070.49–2.370.85
  Oyo3.501.52–8.090.004
 High net care attitude score and SBCC exposure combination across surveys
  Attitude never—SBCC never1.00  
  Attitude never or once and SBCC exposure at least once0.710.41–1.220.21
  Attitude at least once—SBCC at least twice0.420.22–0.800.009
 Cooking inside the sleeping room
  Always1.00  
  At times0.630.26–1.520.29
  Never0.430.19–0.950.037
 Household had any children under 5 at baseline1.380.99–1.920.055
At net level (nets ever hung) N = 2939 obs/982 nets
 Site
  Ebonyi1.00  
  Zamfara0.910.44–1.870.78
  Oyo2.670.98–7.220.047
 High net care attitude score and SBCC exposure combination across surveys
  Attitude never—SBCC never1.00  
  Attitude never or once and SBCC exposure at least once0.860.47–1.560.61
  Attitude at least once—SBCC at least twice0.540.24–1.210.13
 Never folding net up during day when hanging1.990.94–4.250.072
 Type of sleeping place
  Finished bedframe1.00  
  Unfinished bedframe1.020.61–1.720.93
  Foam mattress, no bedframe1.170.73–1.870.52
  Reed mat or ground1.740.86–3.520.12
 Used only by adult users0.660.42–1.030.065
 Household had any children under 5 at baseline1.420.95–2.120.088
  1. obs observations