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Volume 23, Number 8—August 2017

Real-Time Evolution of Zika Virus Disease Outbreak, Roatán, Honduras

Trevor BrooksComments to Author , Arup Roy-Burman, Cascade Tuholske, Michael P. Busch, Sonia Bakkour, Mars Stone, Jeffrey M. Linnen, Kui Gao, Jayleen Coleman, and Evan M. Bloch
Author affiliations: University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco, California, USA (T. Brooks, A. Roy-Burman, M.P. Busch); University of California, Santa Barbara, California, USA (C. Tuholske); Blood Systems Research Institute, San Francisco (M.P. Busch, S. Bakkour, M. Stone, E.M. Bloch); Hologic Inc., San Diego, California, USA (J.M. Linnen, K. Gao); Public Hospital Roatán, Coxen Hole, Honduras (J. Coleman); Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (E.M. Bloch)

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Table 2

Logistic regression analysis of predictors for Zika virus infection, Roatán, Honduras, September 2015–July 2016

Characteristic Univariate logistic regression
Multivariable logistic regression
Odds ratio (95% CI) p value Odds ratio (95% CI) p value
Running water 2.96 (1.26–6.96) 0.01 2.93 (0.78–11.1) 0.11
2.92 (0.92–9.24)

2.36 (0.39–14.3)
Sign or symptom
Headache 2.92 (0.92–9.24) 0.07 11.20 (2.70–46.7) 0.001
Rash 31.5 (12.3–80.2) <0.0001 30.6 (10.8–86.9) <0.0001
Vomiting 0.28 (0.13–0.60) 0.001 0.25 (0.08–0.73) 0.01
Fever 0.38 (0.25–0.57) <0.0001 0.44 (0.26–0.74) 0.002

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