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Table 2 Results from unadjusted (left columns) and adjusted (right columns) log binomial regression modeling of a positive malaria RDT result

From: Malaria prevalence and long-lasting insecticidal net use in rural western Uganda: results of a cross-sectional survey conducted in an area of highly variable malaria transmission intensity

Variable RR 95% CI p-value aRR 95% CI p-value
Bed net elevation 0.82 0.72–0.93 0.002 0.75 0.66–0.85 < .001
Quartile 1   REF  
 No net   REF  
 Yes net 0.65 0.53–0.81 < .001
Quartile 2 1.00 0.87–1.16 0.96
 No net 0.87 0.70–1.09 0.24
 Yes net 0.74 0.61–0.90 0.002
Quartile 3 0.32 0.27–0.39 < 0.001
 No net 0.33 0.25–0.44 < .001
 Yes net 0.21 0.16–0.28 < .001
Quartile 4 0.20 0.15–0.26 < 0.001
 No net 0.15 0.10–0.23 < .001
 Yes net 0.15 0.11–0.22 < .001
  1. Unadjusted model regresses RDT result on elevation quartile, and adjusted model regresses RDT result on elevation quartile, bed net use, and their interaction
  2. CI confidence interval, RR risk ratio, aRR adjusted risk ratio