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Table 6 Combined effects of air pollutant and other risk factors on the results of DOPAE test among newborns (n = 1190)

From: Effects of ambient air pollution, fresh fruit and vegetable intakes as well as maternal psychosocial stress on the outcome of newborn otoacoustic emission hearing screening

  PM10 PM2.5
Low High Interaction p Low High Interaction p
Parity
 Primiparous REF REF - REF REF -
 Multiparous 0.489(0.233,1.028) 0.725(0.409,1.285) 0.602 0.616(0.313,1.210) 0.547(0.296,1.010) 0.918
Fruit or vegetable intake
 No REF REF - REF REF -
 Yes 0.212(0.059,0.763)* 0.592(0.149,2.346) 0.405 0.243(0.066,0.887)* 0.485(0.118,1.993) 0.383
Stressful life event
 No REF REF - REF REF -
 Yes 0.364(0.044,2.994) 4.242(1.742,10.329)** 0.033 3.549(1.125,11.202)* 1.749(0.656,4.663) 0.515
  1. Model adjusted all the covariates shows in Table 3, Table 4 and Table 5
  2. Interaction p-value was indicated as the significance of the associations air pollution exposure level and other risk factors on not passing DOPAE
  3. Interaction p-value < 0.1 was indicated as statistical significance
  4. *p ≤ 0.05
  5. **p ≤ 0.001