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Table 3 Percentage increase (estimates and 95% CI) in hospital stay associated with10-μg/m3 increase in NO2 and O3 concentrations in different lag days and moving average days in 6 Sichuan cities

From: Sepsis-related hospital admissions and ambient air pollution: a time series analysis in 6 Chinese cities

lag days NO2 O3
lag0 0.73(−3.80, 5.27) −0.71(− 1.69, 0.27)
lag1 0.21(− 1.98, 2.39) − 0.42(− 1.03, 0.19)
lag2 − 0.44(− 2.60, 1.72) 0.13(− 0.57, 0.82)
lag3 − 0.93(− 3.20, 1.34) 0.67 (0.05, 1.29)
lag4 − 1.74(− 3.80, 0.32) 0.72 (0.05, 1.40)a
lag5 0.07(−1.98, 2.12) 0.17(− 0.35, 0.68)
lag6 0.51(−1.52, 2.53) 0.37(− 0.14, 0.88)
lag7 0.21(−2.00, 2.42) 0.73 (0.22, 1.23)
lag01 0.05(−4.14, 4.23) −0.79(−1.68, 0.09)
lag02 0.04(−3.63, 3.71) −0.51(−1.40, 0.39)
lag03 −0.04(−3.63, 3.54) 0.15(− 0.88, 1.17)
lag04 − 0.68(− 3.82, 2.47) 0.60(− 0.55, 1.75)
lag05 − 0.74(− 4.10, 2.62) 0.65(− 0.47, 1.77)
lag06 −0.79(− 4.36, 2.78) 0.70(− 0.32, 1.72)
  1. Note: Statistically significant estimates were marked in bold; athe largest estimate in all lag period