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Table 4 The respiratory maximum ER (95% CI) in lag days, stratified by age, sex and season

From: Short-term effect of fine particulate matter and ozone on non-accidental mortality and respiratory mortality in Lishui district, China

Variables Respiratory deaths
Lag PM2.5 Lag O3
All Lag2 0.60% (− 1.51, 2.76%) Lag7 1.35% (0.05, 2.66%)*
Age(year)
 45–64 Lag0 0.39% (−15.11, 18.71%) Lag4 0.39% (− 11.35, 13.67%)
 65–84 Lag5 1.04% (−2.30, 4.51%) Lag5 0.69% (− 1.36, 2.79%)
 85+ Lag0 0.59% (−3.27, 4.60%) Lag4 0.11% (−2.21, 2.48%)
Sex
 Male Lag4 1.03% (−1.65, 3.78%) Lag7 2.06% (0.41, 3.74%)*
 Female Lag0 2.21% (−1.73, 6.30%) Lag0 1.12% (−1.55, 3.87%)
Season
 Spring Lag0 2.49% (−4.92, 10.47%) Lag5 1.50% (−1.41, 4.50%)
 Summer Lag6 7.76% (−0.11, 16.25%) Lag3 1.19% (−1.14, 3.58%)
 Autumn Lag6 3.26% (−3.81, 10.85%) Lag6 0.14% (−2.93, 3.31%)
 Winter Lag7 1.97% (−0.87, 4.90%) Lag4 2.16% (−0.87, 5.29%)
  1. Note. *P < 0.05