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Table 3 Risk estimates and 95% confidence intervals (CI) for daily mortality for all cause (respiratory and circulatory deaths) for lag 1, 2010–2016

From: PM2.5 exposure on daily cardio-respiratory mortality in Lima, Peru, from 2010 to 2016

Age GroupΒ coefficientRRp
Exp(Β)*95% CI
Respiratory and circulatory deaths (n = 86,970)0.00291.029*1.005 1.0520.012
Q1st (11.27–17.07)a1.0  
Q2nd (17.08–18.60)0.02541.0251.006 1.0440.007
Q3rd (18.61–20.58)−0.00140.9980.977 1.0190.90
Q4th (20.59–25.23)0.01291.0120.987 1.0380.31
Q5th (25.24–60.18)0.03591.0361.001 1.0730.04
Age: 65 or more(n = 64,792)0.00481.048*1.005 1.0930.028
Q1st (11.27–17.07)a1.01.0 
Q2nd (17.08–18.60)0.03031.0300.997 1.0650.07
Q3rd (18.61–20.58)0.02281.0230.985 1.0610.25
Q4th (20.59–25.23)0.02701.0270.982 1.0740.24
Q5th (25.24–60.18)0.07881.0811.014 1.1530.016
  1. aReferent category. Per unit of PM2.5. *Per 10 μg/m3 PM2.5. Model adjusted by day of week (dow), month, year, humidity and temperature