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Table 4 The relationship between parity rates and malaria infection

From: Impact of a spatial repellent product on Anopheles and non-Anopheles mosquitoes in Sumba, Indonesia

  Collection location Hazard ratio 95% CI
First-time infection
Parity rate lndoor 1.006 (0.999, 1.013)
Outdoor 1.004 (0.997, 1.010)
lndoor + outdoor 1.006 (0.999, 1.013)
Nulliparity rate Indoor 0.989 (0.976, 1.001)
Outdoor 0.995 (0.984. 1.007)
Indoor + outdoor 0.985 (0.973, 0.998)
Overall infection
Parity rate Indoor 1.003 (0.999, 1.007)
Outdoor 1.001 (0.998, 1.005)
lndoor + outdoor 1.005 (1.001, 1.009)
Nulliparity rate Indoor 0.994 (0.988, 1.001)
Outdoor 0.995 (0.989, 1.001)
Indoor + outdoor 0.990 (0.984, 0.996)
  1. Interpretation on hazard ratio: the hazard of malaria infection changes by (1- HR) × 100% with l% unit changes in the rate