Table 5

Regression analysis of OOPS with explanatory variables
Odds ratio Confidence interval p-value
Quintile 1 (base) 1.00
Quintile 2 0.90 0.46, 1.80 0.778
Quintile 3 1.28 0.59, 2.79 0.533
Quintile 4 1.36 0.62, 2.99 0.438
Quintile 5 1.54 0.67, 3.56 0.314
Site group 1 (Rural) 1.00
Site group 2 (Peri-urban) 0.89 0.49, 1.63 0.703
Site group 3 (Urban) 0.53 0.29, 0.99 0.048
Age group 1 (<35) 1.00
Age group 2 (35–44) 0.60 0.25, 1.42 0.246
Age group 3 (45–54) 1.02 0.41, 2.49 0.973
Age group 4 (> = 55) 0.59 0.25, 1.37 0.218
Total number of household residents 1.61 1.00, 2.61 0.051
Sex 0.74 0.17, 3.22 0.684
Main income earner 1.70 0.69, 4.17 0.248
Ever attended school 1.16 0.61, 2.17 0.654
Had malaria 1.71 1.05, 2.76 0.030
Use of Patent Medicine Dealer 0.21 0.02, 2.06 0.181
Status of household head (Male/Female) 1.41 0.32, 6.19 0.651
LR Chi-square 24.97
Probability > Chi-square 0.0704
Pseudo R^2 0.0456

Ewelukwa et al.

Ewelukwa et al. BMC Health Services Research 2013 13:87   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-87

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