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Table 3 Adjusted logistic regression for LAZ < -2.

From: Determinants of infant growth in Eastern Uganda: a community-based cross-sectional study

Adjusted LAZ < -2, total: 723 LAZ < -2 OR 95% CI LAZ < -2 OR 95% CI LAZ < -2 OR 95% CI LAZ < -2 OR 95% CI
  Stage 1   Stage 2   Stage 3   Stage 4  
Inherent factors         
Gender of infant 0.70 0.46–1.07 0.66 0.41–1.08 0.63 0.41–0.97c 0.62 0.39–0.97c
   Girl 1.14 1.08–1.21a 1.15 1.07–1.22a 1.17 1.10–1.25a 1.10 1.03–1.19b
Age constant (0–11 cont)         
Underlying factors         
Mean sub-county wealth         
   Highest 1.00        
   Mid 1.06 0.65–1.72       
   Lowest 1.64 1.00–2.71c       
Distal factors         
Houshold wealth         
   Top 20%    1.00   1.00   1.00  
   Mid 40%    1.65 0.74–3.68 1.71 0.87–3.36 1.30 0.62–2.73
   Lowest 40%    3.50 1.57–7.78b 3.10 1.56–6.15a 2.70 1.39–5.28b
Intermediate factors         
Infant has siblings         
   Yes      0.43 0.24–0.79b 0.60 0.38–0.94c
Proximal factors         
Mixed feeding/Replacement feeding         
   Yes        2.71 1.02–7.13c
  1. a p ≤ 0.001, b p ≤ 0.01, c p ≤ 0.05
  2. Significant factors in addition to age and gender presented according to the hierarchical conceptual framework in figure 1.