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Table 2 For each variable—likelihood of being diagnosed with asthma

From: Sensitization to secretoglobin and lipocalins in a group of young children with risk of developing respiratory allergy

Parameter >0.1 kUA/L >0.35 kUA/L
Odds ratio 95% CI p value Odds ratio 95% CI p value
Asthma of father 2.39 1.14–5.04 0.022 2.19 1.04–4.63 0.039
Atopic dermatitis 1.32 0.64–2.73 0.459 1.23 0.59–2.56 0.581
Cat dander sensitivity 0.64 0.27–1.51 0.307 1.11 0.46–2.67 0.813
Dog dander sensitivity 1.00 0.41–2.43 0.995 0.79 0.35–1.78 0.573
Egg allergy symptoms 0.79 0.34–1.85 0.586 0.80 0.34–1.86 0.604
HDM sensitivity 1.81 0.84–3.93 0.131 2.45 1.15–5.22 0.021
Hist. of pneum./bronch. 2.06 0.57–7.43 0.267 1.91 0.53–6.96 0.324
Horse dander sensitivity 1.11 0.41–3.00 0.833 0.55 0.14–2.19 0.392
Milk allergy symptoms 2.48 1.22–5.05 0.013 2.52 1.26–5.05 0.009
Persistent cough 3.69 1.75–7.80 0.001 3.66 1.73–7.76 0.001
Smoking in family 1.04 0.53–2.04 0.915 1.04 0.53–2.07 0.900
T17 sensitivity 1.88 0.74–4.76 0.184 2.22 0.53–9.31 0.276
Wheat allergy sympt. 1.60 0.76–3.37 0.215 1.70 0.81–3.55 0.158
Milk wheat al. sympt 3.97 1.47–10.68 0.003 4.29 1.60–11.47 0.002
HDM and t17 sens. 3.41 1.16– 9.96 0.013 5.43 1.18–24.96 0.015
  1. Odds ratio with 95% confidence interval and p value. Shown for cut-off s: ≥0.1 and ≥0.35 kUA/L respectively
  2. Italic values are statictically significant (p < 0.05)