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Table 4 Logistic regression of child/caregiver characteristics and rotavirus infection or severe diarrhoea

From: Prevalence of rotavirus infection among children with acute diarrhoea after rotavirus vaccine introduction in Kenya, a hospital cross-sectional study

  Rotavirus Infection Severe diarrhoea
Odds Ratio [95 CI] p-value Odds Ratio [95 CI] p-value
Child age (ref: 3–9 months)
 10–16 months 1.52 [0.73–3.15] 0.265 0.72 [0.43–1.20] 0.202
 17–24 months 2.00 [0.92–4.36] 0.080 0.75 [0.42–1.33] 0.319
 Female (ref: Male) 0.70 [0.38–1.30] 0.263 1.13 [0.73–1.74] 0.578
 Wasting 0.67 [0.36–1.24] 0.199 0.36 [0.22–0.58] < 0.001
 Exclusive Breastfeeding 1.38 [0.63–2.99] 0.418 1.21 [0.73–2.02] 0.462
Mother/caregiver age (ref: ≤25)
 26–30 1.25 [0.62–2.52] 0.532 1.29 [0.79–2.11] 0.315
 31–44 1.41 [0.65–3.02] 0.382 1.52 [0.87–2.66] 0.141
Mother/caregiver education (ref: primary/none)
 Secondary 0.64 [0.33–1.24] 0.187 0.76 [0.46–1.25] 0.280
 Post-secondary 0.59 [0.23–1.54] 0.282 0.75 [0.38–1.48] 0.404