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Table 4 AF and PAM of absolute humidity for chronic lower respiratory disease 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 23.41 (11.62~33.13) 4665 (2315~6601) 13.35 (1.70~21.69) 2660 (339~4322) 10.06 (4.29~14.59) 2005 (854~2908)
Male 23.35 (11.65~33.01) 3175 (1583~4488) 13.21 (1.69~21.46) 1796 (230–2918) 10.14 (4.32~14.72) 1379 (587~2002)
Female 23.53 (11.56~33.39) 1489 (732~2113) 13.64 (1.72~22.18) 864 (109~1404) 9.89 (4.24~14.32) 626 (268~906)
0–64 23.41 (11.94~32.85) 276 (141~388) 12.29 (1.58~19.96) 145 (19~236) 11.12 (4.80~16.07) 131 (57~190)
65+ 23.41 (11.59~33.15) 4388 (2172~6213) 13.41 (1.71~21.80) 2515 (321~4086) 9.99 (4.26~14.50) 1873 (798~2718)
  1. *AF attributable fraction, PAM population attributable mortality, AH absolute humidity