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Table 4 Adjusted incidence using a multi-variable generalized estimating equation model

From: Incremental impact on malaria incidence following indoor residual spraying in a highly endemic area with high standard ITN access in Mozambique: results from a cluster‐randomized study

Variable Adjusted (95% Conf. Interval) p-value
IRR
IRS only a 0.81 (0.74; 0.87)  < 0.0001
ITN use only a 0.77 (0.72; 0.82)  < 0.0001
IRS + ITN use a 0.62 (0.57; 0.67)  < 0.0001
Sibling tested positive a 1.21 (1.13; 1.29)  < 0.0001
Cluster size
 Small 1   0.0001
 Medium 0.95 (0.89; 1.02)  
 Large 0.85 (0.79; 0.92)  
Km to nearest health facility b 1.01 (1.01; 1.02) 0.0001
  1. aAdjusted IRR using children without ITN or IRS as referent group; bAdjusted IRR per 1-km increase. Number of observations = 27,479, number of subjects = 1,521. IRS: indoor residual spraying, ITN insecticide treated net, RDT rapid diagnostic test, IRR incidence rate ratio
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