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Table 3 Poisson regression analysis of the association between household wealth and vaccine coverage in children with complete vaccination records aged 12–59 months, in Dabat, rural Ethiopia

From: The association between travel time to health facilities and childhood vaccine coverage in rural Ethiopia. A community based cross sectional study

Variables Household wealth Immunised (%) Crude RR (95%CI) Adjusted RR (95%CI)** P-value***
BCG(n = 739)* Least poor 182(90%) 1 1 -
  Middle 249(92%) 1.01(0.96, 1.07) 1.02(0.95,1.07) 0.643
  Poorest 266(95%) 1.03(0.98,1.08) 1.03(0.98,1.08) 0.152
Penta 1(n = 725) Least poor 172(85%) 1 1 -
  Middle 245(91%) 1.00(0.98,1.03) 1.01(0.98,1.04) 0.463
  Poorest 256(91%) 0.99(0.94,1.05) 1.00(0.94,1.07) 0.756
Penta 2 (n = 679) Least poor 162(80%) 1 1 -
  Middle 224(83%) 0.96(0.91,1.03) 0.96(.091,1.03) 0.409
  Poorest 233(83%) 0.97(0.93,1.02) 0.97(0.93,1.02) 0.728
Penta 3 (n = 648) Least poor 151(74%) 1 1 -
  Middle 212(78%) 1.03(0.97,1.10 1.04(0.98,1.10) 0.221
  Poorest 222(79%) 1.01(0.96,1.06) 1.02(0.97,1.08) 0.414
Measles (n = 690) Least poor 146(72%) 1 1 -
  Middle 202(75%) 0.98(0.89,1.08) 0.98(0.89,1.08) 0.720
  Poorest 202(72%) 0.96(0.89,1.08) 0.96(0.89,1.04) 0.402
  1. *Total number of children with complete vaccination records.
  2. **Adjusted for travel time to health posts, mother’s education, parity and mother’s age.
  3. ***P values from Wald test.