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Table 2 Univariate and multivariable analysis describing the effects of the 1,7-mRCTR and risk factors for malaria infection

From: Effectiveness of the innovative 1,7-malaria reactive community-based testing and response (1, 7-mRCTR) approach on malaria burden reduction in Southeastern Tanzania

Variables Univariable model Multivariable model
COR (95% CI) p-value aOR (95% CI) p-value
 Survey years
  Baseline 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Endline 0.29 (0.26–0.33) < 0.001 0.41 (0.35–0.48) < 0.001
 Site
  Control wards 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Intervention wards 0.74 (0.66–0.84) < 0.001 0.90 (0.77–1.04) 0.14
 Comparison of endline to baseline
  Control 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Intervention 0.17 (0.14–0.21) < 0.001 0.34 (0.26–0.44) < 0.001
 Gender
  Female 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Male 1.44 (1.32–1.57) < 0.001 1.24 (1.13–1.36) < 0.001
 Age group, years
  <5 years 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  5–15 years 2.09 (1.87–2.34) < 0.001 2.13 (1.89–2.40) < 0.001
  >15 years 0.67 (0.60–0.76) < 0.001 0.67 (0.59–0.76) < 0.001
 Bed-net usea
  No 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Yes 0.43 (0.38–0.48) < 0.001 0.71 (0.63–0.80) < 0.001
 Wealth index
  Lowest 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
  Second 0.86 (0.74–1.02) 0.076 0.75 (0.64–0.88) < 0.001
  Middle 0.62 (0.52–0.73) < 0.001 0.56 (0.47–0.66) < 0.001
  Fourth 0.55 (0.46–0.65) < 0.001 0.50 (0.42–0.60) < 0.001
  Highest 0.23 (0.19–0.29) < 0.001 0.21 (0.17–0.26) < 0.001
  1. cOR crude odds ratio
  2. aOR adjusted odds ratio
  3. CI confidence interval
  4. aInsecticide-treated bed-net use previous night