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Table 2 Logistic regression results for school-level schistosomiasis prevalence with elevation as a risk factor by each diagnostic method

From: Intestinal schistosomiasis in Uganda at high altitude (>1400 m): malacological and epidemiological surveys on Mount Elgon and in Fort Portal crater lakes reveal extra preventive chemotherapy needs

   SEA-ELISA CCA Kato-Katz
Coefficient 95% CI Coefficient 95% CI Coefficient 95% CI
Log OR Intercept 3.49 2.74, 4.28 2.74 1.92, 3.61 3.52 2.38, 4.77
Elevation −0.0022 −0.0028, −0.0017 −0.0026 −0.0032, −0.0020 −0.0043 −0.0053, −0.0034
OR Intercept 32.81 15.43, 72.21 15.44 6.81, 36.88 33.75 10.77, 117.38
Elevation 0.9978 0.9972, 0.9983 0.9974 0.9967, 0.9980 0.9957 0.9947, 0.9966