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Table 1 Logistic regression for risk of S. mansoni co-infection among study participants at Chwahit Health Center, Northwest Ethiopia, 2013

From: Prevalence and clinical correlates of Schistosoma mansoni co-infection among malaria infected patients, Northwest Ethiopia

Variables Frequency of S. mansoni co-infection β (95 % CI)
S. mansoni co-infected (%) Malaria only infected (%)
Sex
 Male 28 (21.5) 102 (78.5) 1
 Female 12 (16.0) 63 (84.0) 0.686 (0.31–1.516)
Age
 6–10 5 (23.8) 16 (76.2) 2.494 (0.661–9.41)
 11–15 5 (18.2) 21 (80.8) 1.958 (0.52–7.37)
 16–20 13 (26.0) 37 (74.0) 3.04 (1.04–8.94)*
 21–25 6 (20.0) 24 (80.0) 2.22 (0.63–7.83)
 26–30 5 (20.0) 20 (80.0) 1.97 (0.53–7.39)
 30+ 6 (11.3) 47 (88.7) 1.00
Residence
 Urban 6 (13.3) 39 (86.7) 1.00
 Rural 34 (21.4) 126 (78.6) 1.57 (0.58–4.2)
Living nearby swampy area
 Yes 22 (22.7) 75 (77.3) 1.54 (0.73–3.26)
 No 18 (16.7) 90 (83.3) 1.00
  1. β coefficient of regression, CI confidence interval
  2. * Statistically significant with p value less than 0.05