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Table 2 Association between solid sooking fuel and scute respiratory infections by child gender, odd ratios

From: Gendered impact of solid fuel use on acute respiratory infections in children in China

  Total   Male   Female  
  OR 95%CI OR 95%CI OR 95%CI
IAP       
Solid cooking fuel 1.29 [0.72-2.33] 0.95 [0.44-2.04] 3.28** [1.34-8.03]
Father smokes 0.98 [0.60-1.59] 0.80 [0.44-1.46] 2.27* [1.08-4.77]
Solid x Smoke 0.92 [0.50-1.69] 1.45 [0.60-3.52] 0.49 [0.18-1.30]
Solid x Female 1.55 [0.87-2.75]     
Smoke x Female 1.50 [0.82-2.75]     
Child characteristics       
Female 0.76 [0.42-1.36]     
Age 0.77*** [0.67-0.89] 0.75** [0.60-0.92] 0.75* [0.60-0.93]
Age-squared 1.00* [1.00-1.01] 1.01* [1.00-1.02] 1.01* [1.00-1.02]
Mother’s education level       
Middle school Degree 0.76 [0.54-1.09] 0.64 [0.36-1.12] 0.81 [0.48-1.37]
High school Degree 0.81 [0.49-1.32] 0.63 [0.29-1.36] 0.71 [0.33-1.50]
College degree and above 0.65 [0.28-1.52] 0.34 [0.07-1.60] 0.78 [0.23-2.65]
Wealth       
Housesize 1.00 [1.00-1.00] 1.00 [0.99-1.00] 1.00 [0.99-1.00]
Number of rooms 0.94 [0.88-1.01] 0.95 [0.84-1.07] 0.96 [0.86-1.06]
Log(Household net income per capita) 1.01 [0.87-1.18] 0.87 [0.69-1.09] 1.09 [0.84-1.40]
Permeability       
Roof Permeable 0.79 [0.53-1.17] 0.49* [0.26-0.92] 1.09 [0.60-1.97]
Community fixed effect Yes   Yes   Yes  
Time fixed effect Yes   Yes   Yes  
Observation 1940   828   697  
  1. * p <0.05, ** p <0.01, *** p <0.001