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Table 2 Variables associated with infection with T. cruzi across the insect vectors studied

From: Untangling the transmission dynamics of primary and secondary vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi in Colombia: parasite infection, feeding sources and discrete typing units

Characteristic   Infection with T. cruzi
  Odds Ratio 95% CI P-value
Species
P. geniculatus 2.40 1.51–3.82 0.0001
T. maculata 2.09 1.02–4.29 0.044
R. pictipes 7.0 0.8656–8 0.068
R. prolixus 1.20 0.76–1.88 0.420
R. pallescens 0.85 0.44–1.62 0.622
T. dimidiata 0.33 0.03–3.20 0.341
Department
 Casanare 1.50 0.25–8.98 0.657
 Cesar 1.00 0.56–1.78 1.000
 Guajira 2.13 1.16–3.94 0.016
 Huila 1.00 0.06–15.99 1.000
 Meta 2.65 1.69–4.17 0.0001
 Norte de Santander 0.82 0.34–1.97 0.655
Feeding source
 Armadillo 1.00 0.06–15.99 1.000
 Caninea 1473120.79 7.00–>1.0e12 0.957
 Opossum 3.15 1.85–11.69 0.087
 Hen 0.60 6.26–1.40 0.235
 Human 1.55 1.07–2.24 0.022
 Bat 1.47 0.60–3.60 0.400
 Mouse 1.50 5.42–5.32 0.530
 Rodent 2.00 0.37–10.92 0.424
Ecotopes
 Sylvatic 1.38 0.72–2.62 0.332
 Domestic 1.24 0.82–1.86 0.303
 Peridomestic 2.52 5.61–3.93 0.0001
Stage
 Female 2.05 1.39–3.04 0.0001
 Male 1.39 0.87–2.20 0.165
 Nymph 1.18 0.67–2.09 0.564
  1. aThe result is due to the low sample size
  2. Significant values are indicated in bold