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Indoor Air Quality and Respiratory Health among Malay Preschool Children in Selangor

Table 4

Factors influenced the abnormality of FVC% among study respondents after controlling all the confounders.

Independent variablesS.E valueORb95% CI

Constant1.0890.5950.067
PM2.51.4030.5660.013*4.071.3412.33
PM10−0.3300.5530.5500.720.24–2.12
VOCs−0.0560.5170.9130.950.34–2.60
CO2−0.6000.5560.2800.550.19–1.63
CO2.0000.6240.001*7.392.1825.10
Indoor smoking−0.7020.5540.2050.500.17–1.47
Duration living in the vicinity (year)−3.9270.760<0.001**0.020.00–0.09

Adjusted for socioeconomic factor.
, 95% CI = 95% confidence interval, = regression coefficient, and S.E = standard error.
Nagelkerke square = 0.547.
**Significant at ; *significant at .

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