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Table 3

Final models of logistic regression analysis from variables statistically (p ≤ 0.05) associated factors with T. gondii infection in domestic dogs and cats treated at Municipal Institute of Veterinary Medicine Jorge Vaitsman from August 2017 to January 2020.

Species Variable Multiple logistic regression
Coefficient Standard error P-Wald Degrees of freedom p-value Adjusted OR [95% CI]
Dogs Age 0.1572 0.1552 1.0133 6 0.3109 1.1703 [0.8634–1.5862]
Breed 0.7444 0.2539 2.9314 6 0.0034* 2.1051 [1.2798–3.4627]
Wet food 0.4582 0.3009 1.5227 6 0.1278 1.5812 [0.8767–2.8518]
Offal 1.0094 0.3487 2.8951 6 0.0038* 2.7440 [1.3855–5.4344]
Filtered water −0.0909 0.2511 −0.3620 6 0.7173 0.9131 [0.5582–1.4936]
Other water sources 11.9799 310.0049 0.0386 6 0.9692 159513.8940 [0.0000 > 1.0E12]
Cats Sex 1.2259 0.5752 2.1311 5 0.0331* 3.4071 [1.1035–10.5201]
Street access 0.5349 0.5855 0.9135 5 0.3610 1.7072 [0.5419–5.3786]
Meat and embedded −1.2432 0.8846 −1.4054 5 0.1599 0.2884 [0.0509–1.6333]
Homemade food 2.1390 0.6277 3.4077 5 0.0007* 8.4913 [2.4812–29.0591]
Offal 2.0367 0.9285 2.1935 5 0.0283* 7.6652 [1.2422–47.2995]
*

Statistically associated.

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