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Table 2 Presentation of significant odds ratios for diarrhoea.

From: A longitudinal study on diarrhoea and vomiting in young dogs of four large breeds

Diarrhoea Odds Ratio P-value 95% Conf. Interval
Living
location1
Suburban1 1.31 0.06 0.99 - 1.74
  Urban 1 1.88 0.01 1.17 - 2.99
Breed3 LEO 1.61 0.02 1.06 - 2.43
  LR 1.32 0.21 0.85 - 2.02
  IW 1.99 0.01 1.26 - 3.15
Gender2   1.42 0.01 1.09 - 1.85
Vomiting   5.43 < 0.001 3.69 - 7.99
Observational period4 3 to 4
months
0.39 < 0.001 0.26 - 0.59
  4 to 6
months
0.70 0.06 0.49 - 1.01
  6 to 12
months
0.41 < 0.001 0.26 -0.64
  12 to 18 months 0.45 0.001 0.28 - 0.70
  18 to 24/25 months 0.31 < 0.001 0.18 - 0.55
  1. Generalized estimating equation (GEE) analyses with an unstructured correlation structure were used. N = 585. Leonberger (LEO), Labrador retriever (LR), and Irish wolfhound (IW).
  2. 1 Rural is baseline
  3. 2 Male is baseline
  4. 3 Newfoundland is baseline
  5. 4 The observational period 7 weeks to 3 months of age is baseline