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Table 1 Spatial cluster of high Salmonella Enteritidis infection rates in the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada a)

From: Evaluating area-level spatial clustering of SalmonellaEnteritidis infections and their socioeconomic determinants in the greater Toronto area, Ontario, Canada (2007 – 2009): a retrospective population-based ecological study

Location Ids (Forward Sortation Areas) Observed cases Expected cases Observed / Expected Relative risk Log likelihood ratio P-value
M5T, M5G, M5S, M5B, M6J, M5V, M5C, M4Y, M5E 40 21.56 1.85 1.90 6.49 0.050
  1. a) Results of a spatial discrete Poisson model using the SatScanTM software. A circular scanning window containing up to 50% of the population at risk was used. Age groups (0–9, 10–24, 25–34, 35–49, and 50+ years) and sex were used as covariates to account for confounding. Significant at p ≤ 0.05.