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Table 2 Statistics of the effectsa of NO2 and NOx on term birth weight across all the tracts

From: Spatial variability of the effect of air pollution on term birth weight: evaluating influential factors using Bayesian hierarchical models

Pollutants Period Mean (g/ppb) 95 % confidence intervals Mean of deviance information criterion
NO2(ppb) 1st trimester −0.99 [−1.39, −0.59] 512
2st trimester −0.79 [−1.26, −0.32] 501
3st trimester −1.27 [−1.72, −0.82] 505
Entire Pregnancy −1.89 [−2.23, −1.55] 454
NOx(ppb) 1st trimester −0.54 [−0.80, −0.28] 514
2st trimester −0.52 [−0.78, −0.26] 512
3st trimester −0.61 [−0.90, −0.32] 512
Entire Pregnancy −0.87 [−1.09, −0.65] 465
  1. aChange in term birth weight (g) per unit increase in exposure to air pollution (ppb)