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Table 3 AF and PAM of absolute humidity for influenza and pneumonia mortality in Guangzhou, China, 2013–2018

From: The role of absolute humidity in respiratory mortality in Guangzhou, a hot and wet city of South China

Variables Total effect Low AH effect High AH effect
  AF*(%) PAM* AF*(%) PAM* AF*(%) PAM*
I&P 21.88 (10.35~29.45) 3745 (1772~5040) 5.97 (− 1.11~11.56) 1021 (− 190~1978) 15.92 (4.25~23.99) 2724 (727~4106)
Male 21.83 (10.29~29.35) 1981 (934~2664) 6.04 (− 1.12~11.71) 549 (− 102~1062) 15.79 (4.22~23.79) 1433 (383~2159)
Female 21.94 (10.44~29.55) 1764 (839~2376) 5.88 (− 1.09~11.39) 473 (− 88~916) 16.06 (4.28~24.22) 1292 (344~1947)
0–64 21.80 (10.20~29.34) 381 (178~512) 5.84 (− 1.09~11.30) 102 (− 19~197) 15.96 (4.13~24.09) 279 (72~421)
65+ 21.89 (10.35~29.46) 3365 (1591~4528) 5.98 (− 1.11~11.59) 919 − 171~1781) 15.91 (4.26~23.98) 2445 (655~3686)
  1. *AF attributable fraction, PAM population attributable mortality, AH absolute humidity