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Table 3 Estimation results of univariable and multivariable analysis (age group from 60 years and above)

From: Ecological analysis of social risk factors for Rotavirus infections in Berlin, Germany, 2007–2009

Explanatory variable Univariable analysis Multivariable analysis
  Excess risk ratio (95% CI) DIC (rank) Excess risk ratio (95% CI) DIC
Infantsa 0.87 (−15.15, 18.70) 844.58 (6) −2.56 (−20.30, 17.69) 845.8
Unemploymenta 2.00 (−2.65, 6.78) 843.65 (3) 4.59 (−1.18, 10.56)  
Migration volumea 1.12 (−1.13, 3.29) 844.10 (4) 1.86 (−0.93, 4.45)  
Foreign residentsa −0.95 (−3.45, -1.57) 845.24 (7) −1.83 (−4.92, 1.27)  
Population densitya −0.25 (−0.49, -0.01) 842.92 (1) −0.30 (−0.56, -0.04)  
Basic residential qualitya 0.02 (−0.42, 0.45) 844.51 (5) −0.01 (−0.49, 0.46)  
  1. Fixed effects of explanatory variables for hospitalized Rotavirus infections (elderly model) in Berlin. Excess risk ratio = (Relative risk-1)·100%; 95% CI: 95% Bayesian credibility interval, ain percent.