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Table 2 Factors associated with child survival, Jimma town, South Western Ethiopia October-November 2004

From: Children who were vaccinated, breast fed and from low parity mothers live longer: A community based case-control study in Jimma, Ethiopia

Variable Category Cases Controls Crude OR (95% CI) Adjusted OR(95%CI)
Parity 1 22 80 1.00 1.00
  2-4 39 125 1.14(0.63, 2.05) 1.36(0.70,2.65)
  5 and above 12 16 2.73(1.13, 6.60) 3.34(1.27,8. 76)
Ever vaccinated yes 53 206 0.14(0.07,0.32) 0.26(0.11,0.61)
  no 21 12 1 1
Ever breast fed Yes 59 219 1.00 1.00
  No 15 3 18.56(5.2,66.23) 13.21(3.28,53.16)
Wealth index Poor 63 164 1.00 1.00
  Satisfied basic needs 11 58 0.54 (0.31,0.93) 0.54(0.29, 0.99)
  1. variables included in the adjusted model are ethnicity, religion, fathers age, floor of the house hold, parity, ever breast fed, vaccination status and wealth index