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Table 4 Logistic regression results using children as the reference group

From: Epidemiology of human exposure to rabies in Nunavik: incidence, the role of dog bites and their context, and victim profiles

VariableModel a: All exposuresModel b: Exposures through dogs only
UnivariableMultivariableUnivariableMultivariable
OR
(95% CI)
p-valueOR
(95% CI)
p-valueOR
(95% CI)
p-valueOR
(95% CI)
p-value
Sex
 Male1.001.001.001.00
 Female2.38
(1.49–3.85)
0.00031.37
(0.74–2.50)
0.232.32
(1.43–3.85)
0.00061.54
(0.81–2.94)
0.19
Exposure site
 Disseminated1.001.001.001.00
 Head and neck3.30
(0.94–12.42)
0.073.38
(0.95–12.85)
0.063.67
(0.99–14.63)
0.053.75
(1.00–15.06)
0.05
 Upper limbs0.96
(0.31–3.11)
0.940.97
(0.31–3.18)
0.950.90
(0.28–3.01)
0.860.85
(0.26–2.87)
0.79
 Lower limbs1.14
(0.37–3.76)
0.821.16
(0.37–3.84)
0.801.05
(0.32–3.55)
0.931.05
(0.32–3.57)
0.93
 Torso3.00
(0.23–73.58)
0.412.59
(0.20–64.12)
0.482.67
(0.21–65.79)
0.462.36
(0.18–58.85)
0.52
Animal
 Other1.001.00
 Dogs3.05
(1.18–9.42)
0.032.22
(0.78–7.30)
0.15