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Table 3 Core study outcomes during pre & post-RV vaccination periods: binominal generalized linear models with probit link function

From: The epidemiology of all-cause and rotavirus acute gastroenteritis and the characteristics of rotavirus circulating strains before and after rotavirus vaccine introduction in Yemen: analysis of hospital-based surveillance data

Pre & Post vaccination Unadjusted Exponential (B) Adjusted Exponential(B)b
Periods N(%) (95 % Wald CI)a P (95 % Wald CI)a P
Treatment outcome     
Successfully treated     
 Pre: 3547/3899 (90.9) 1   1  
 Post: 957/1161 (82.4) 0.640 (0.569–0.720) 0.0001 0.995 (0.808–1.227) 0.964
Referred for intensive care     
 Pre: 60/3899 (1.5) 1   1  
 Post: 8/1161 (0.7) 0.442 (0.295–0.660) 0.0001 0.615 (0.400–0.946) 0.027
Deaths     
 Pre 27/3899(0.7) 1   1  
 Post 13/1161 (1.12) 0.801 (0.526 -1.219) 0.299 0.772 (0.478–1.248) 0.291
Severe dehydrating diarrhea     
 Pre: 848/3902 (21.7) 1   1  
 Post: 168/1144 (14.7) 0.64 (0.54–0.77) 0.0001 0.501 (0.416–0.602) 0.0001
Rotavirus gastroenteritis     
 Pre: 1528/3676 (41.6) 1   1  
 Post: 233/1173 (19.9) 0.45 (0.38–0.51) 0.0001 0.523 (0.476–0.574) 0.0001
  1. aConfidence Interval
  2. bAdjusted for age group, gender, hospital site, symptoms duration(days), and diarrhea episodes duration(days)