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

Table 5

Factors influenced the abnormality of FEV1% among study respondents after controlling all the confounders.

Independent variablesβS.E valueORb95% CI

Constant0.5010.5290.343
PM2.5−0.7740.4810.1080.460.18–1.18
PM10−0.2330.5050.6450.800.30–2.13
VOCs−0.0420.4730.9290.960.38–2.43
CO2−0.5120.5110.3170.600.22–1.63
CO1.6480.5450.002*5.201.7915.11
Indoor smoking−0.0990.4970.8420.910.34–2.40
Years living in the vicinity−3.2170.681<0.001**0.040.01–0.15

Adjusted for socioeconomic factor.
, 95% CI = 95% confidence interval, = regression coefficient, S.E = standard error.
Nagelkerke square = 0.418.
*Significant at ; **significant at .

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