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Table 4 Estimates of a negative binomial regression for comparison of vector density between pit shelter and other trapping methods in western Kenya

From: Evaluation of the performance of new sticky pots for outdoor resting malaria vector surveillance in western Kenya

Species and place of collection Trapping method Ahero Iguhu
Exponentiated estimate (OR) P-value Exponentiated estimate (OR) P-value
An. gambiae (s.l.)
 Outdoors Pit shelter 1.0a   1.0a  
Sticky pot 0.25 (0.20–0.33) < 0.001 0.22 (0.10–0.47) < 0.001
Clay pot 0.16 (0.12–0.20) < 0.001 0.17 (0.07–0.39) < 0.001
Light trap 0.34 (0.26–0.44) < 0.001 1.40 (0.86–2.27) 0.173
Exit trap 0.10 (0.07–0.13) < 0.001 3.65 (2.37–5.61) < 0.001
 Indoors Prokopack 0.31 (0.24–0.41) < 0.001 1.37 (0.85–2.21) 0.199
Light trap 0.34 (0.26–0.44) < 0.001 2.76 (1.77–4.30) < 0.001
An. funestus group
 Outdoors Pit shelter 1.0a   1.0a  
Sticky pot 0.20 (0.122–0.33) < 0.001 0.75 (0.17–3.35) 0.716
Clay pot 0.12 (0.07–0.21) < 0.001 0.50 (0.09–2.80) 0.433
Light trap 2.25 (1.58–3.21) < 0.001 3.27 (1.04–10.33) 0.044
Exit trap 2.36 (1.68–3.32) < 0.001 4.37 (1.43–13.40) 0.010
 Indoors Prokopack 0.94 (0.64–1.36) 0.726 10.37 (3.60–29.88) < 0.001
Light trap 5.83 (4.14–8.20) < 0.001 12.33 (4.3–35.30) < 0.001
  1. aReference value
  2. Abbreviation: OR-odds ratio