Volume 7, Number 7—June 2001
Cholera Outbreak in Southern Tanzania: Risk Factors and Patterns of Transmission
|Risk factor||Odds ratio||p-value||95% CIa||Attributable risk||(%)|
|>10 minutes to water source||2.7||0.00||1.7-4.4||63a||17b|
|Eating dried fish||12.1||0.00||7.7-19.1||92a||52b|
aCI = confidence interval.
bThe attributable fraction among the exposed population, an estimate of the proportion of exposed cases attributable to exposure.
cThe population-attributable fraction, which is the net proportion of all cases attributable to exposure.
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