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Table 2 Explanatory model for cases of childhood tuberculosis (Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Brazil, 2006–2017) following the zero-inflated Poisson distribution

From: Risk areas for tuberculosis among children and their inequalities in a city from Southeast Brazil

Variables (median) Coefficient P OR (95% CI)
Private and collective homes (>  85) 1.88 0.005 6.55 (1.75–24.28)
Average residents in permanent private housing units (>  3) −0.69 0.06 NA
Proportion of children from 0 to 5 years in the population (>  5) 1.13 0.01 3.09 (1.25–7.61)
Proportion of households without per capita income (>  0.6) 1.75 0.01 1.78 (1.12–2.82)
Proportion of private households with monthly nominal incomes of up to 1/4 minimum wages (>  48.6) 1.02 0.02 2.77 (1.10–7.02)
Share of household income in household income (%) (>  69) −0.53 0.50 NA
Proportion of female heads of household under 30 (>  69) −1.15 0.04 0.31 (0.10–0.91)
Average income of head of household (> BRL 2344) −3.19 0.002 0.04 (0.01–0.33)
  1. Abbreviations: BRL Brazilian real, CI Confidence interval, OR Odds ratio