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Logo of nihpaAbout Author manuscriptsSubmit a manuscriptHHS Public Access; Author Manuscript; Accepted for publication in peer reviewed journal;
 
From:
Pediatr Infect Dis J. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2014 January 1.
Published in final edited form as:
Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2013 January; 32(1): 27–31.
doi: 10.1097/INF.0b013e31826f6144

Table 2

Predicted outcome of colonization with AHS in young children (N=1146 visits)

ParametersOR (95% CI)P-value
Colonization by S. pneumoniae
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes0.172 (0.125–0.238)<0.001

Colonization by H. influenzae
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes1.254 (0.803–1.957)0.320

Colonization by M. catarrhalis
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes1.271 (0.963–1.676)0.090

Visit type
 β AOM1.0
 Non-AOM2.135(1.355–3.365)0.001
 Follow Up2.122(0.966–4.665)0.061

Presence of URI symptoms
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes1.139 (0.782–1.660)0.498

Sex
 Male1.0
 Female1.161 (0.868–1.554)0.313

Exposure to tobacco smoke
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes0.820 (0.533–1.263)0.369

Age (months)1.010 (0.990–1.032)0.316

Breastfed
 Formula(reference)1.0
 Less than 6 months1.787 (0.992–3.219)0.053
 More than 6 months1.164 (0.761–1.780)0.483
 Combination (Formula + Breastfeeding)0.883 (0.631–1.237)0.471

Daycare
 Home1.0
 Center0.817 (0.477–1.401)0.463
 Both0.362 (0.088–1.486)0.158

Antibiotic Exposure in the last 30 days
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes0.969 (0.533–1.761)0.920

Family History
 No (reference)1.0
 Yes1.150 (0.862–1.535)0.342

Associations with a significant p-value (p 0.05) are indicated in bold lettering

βWhen the model included Non-AOM as the reference for visit type, the OR and p-value were; 0.488, p=0.002