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Table 1 The relationship between the TB incidence inequality and the demographic and structural conditions of the Manaus neighborhoods

From: Tuberculosis incidence inequalities and its social determinants in Manaus from 2007 to 2016

Factor Univariate analysisa Multivariable analysisb
Crude coefficient p-value 95% Conf. interval Adjusted coefficient p-value 95% Conf. interval
Gini prop. males 1.818 0.001 [0.798–2.839] 1.836 0.001 [0.953–2.718]
Gini prop. Indigenous 0.718 0.011 [0.170–1.266] 0.601 0.011 [0.143–1.060]
Gini illiteracy 0.470 0.001 [0.229–0.711]    
Per capita income 0.001 0.003 [0.001–0.002]    
Gini of income 1.059 0.004 [0.355–1.763] 0.931 0.003 [0.331–1.532]
Gini of water 0.342 0.001 [0.151–0.534]    
Gini of bathroom per inhabitant 1.401 0.001 [0.805–1.998]    
Prop. cases with laboratory confirmation −0.010 0.008 [−0.018−−0.002]    
Prop. cases that performed DOTS −0.002 0.217 [−0.007–0.001]    
Prop. abandonment of treatment −0.003 0.656 [−0.018–0.011]    
Prop. Cure −0.001 0.929 [−0.009–0.008]    
  1. Prop Proportion, Conf Confidence, DOTS directly observed treatment strategy
  2. a Simple linear regression models; b Multiple linear negative binomial regression model