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Table 5 Univariate analyses of factors associated with likelihood of completing PEP course

From: Determinants of health seeking behavior of animal bite victims in rabies endemic South Bhutan: a community-based contact-tracing survey

Variable Unadjusted OR 95% CI P-Value
Age (years)
  < 15 1.00
  > 15 0.68 0.40–1.14 0.149
Sex
 Female 1.00
 Male 1.44 0.87–2.39 0.155
Respondents living area (place types)
 Rural 1.00
 Semi-urban 1.12 0.62–2.02 0.71
 Urban 2.57 1.30–5.09 0.007
Educational qualification
 Education 1.00
 No education 0.46 0.28–0.77 0.003
Occupation
 Employed 1.00
 Farmer 0.45 0.20–0.98 0.044
 Student 1.16 0.59–2.29 0.671
 Others 1.09 0.52–2.27 0.816
Heard Rabies?
 No 1.00
 Yes 2.92 0.83–10.23 0.095
HH income levela
 High 1.00
 Medium 1.27 0.60–2.70 0.53
 Low 1.56 0.76–3.17 0.22
Exposure species
 Others 1.00
 Pet animal 0.37 0.01–1.24 0.109
 Stray animal 0.58 0.16–2.09 0.406
WHO exposure category
 Cat I 1.00
 Cat II 0.93 0.31–2.75 0.89
 Cat III 1.84 0.65–5.27 0.25
Distance to PEP centers
  < 5kms 1.00
  > 5kms 1.63 0.96–2.76 0.068
  1. Note: aHigh income = above 450 USD; medium income = 150 to 450 USD; low income = below 150 USD