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Table 1 Effect of treatment, livestock, cooking locations, wall type and the number of people that slept in the house the previous night on the catch sizes of anophelines and culicines. The risk ratios (RR) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) are shown

From: Impact of partially and fully closed eaves on house entry rates by mosquitoes

Treatment Female anophelines Female culicines Male culicines
RR 95% CI RR 95% CI RR 95% CI
Open eaves 14.16 2.05–97.91 1.14 0.52–2.52 1.03 0.21–5.12
Eaves with two long sides open 5.41 0.72–40.40 1.28 0.60–2.75 0.49 0.10–2.37
Eaves with four small openings 8.83 1.16–67.14 1.17 0.52–2.62 0.73 0.14–3.82
Eaves with a single small opening 4.38 0.59–32.46 0.86 0.40–1.88 0.40 0.08–1.94
Fully closed eaves Ref Ref Ref
People that slept in the house the previous night 1.27 1.03–1.56 1.07 0.99–1.15 0.98 0.90–1.07
Cow 0.46 0.10–2.15 1.29 0.96–1.73 0.68 0.44–1.05
Goat 1.16 0.49–2.77 0.70 0.52–0.94 1.04 0.70–1.55
Chicken 4.15 2.04–8.42 0.95 0.69–1.32 0.56 0.32–0.99
Cooking inside the house 2.20 0.66–7.36 1.46 0.98–2.17 0.98 0.52–1.85
Cooking on the veranda 2.34 0.78–7.05 0.63 0.46–0.87 0.85 0.52–1.39
Cooking outside, within 2m of the house 1.04 0.43–2.50 0.80 0.62–1.02 1.13 0.80–1.60
Cooking outside, away from 2m of the house Ref Ref Ref
Wall type fire baked bricks 0.57 0.11–2.86 1.83 0.89–3.75 1.73 0.42–7.13
Wall type sun-dried bricks Ref Ref Ref
  1. Abbreviation: Ref reference