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# Table 1 Mortality for White Singleton Infants with Heavily Smoking Mothers

From: Thinking outside the curve, part II: modeling fetal-infant mortality

Quantity | @ 1000 g | @ 2000 g | @ 3000 g | @ 4000 g |
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Risk in component 1: logit ^{-1}{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate]Confidence interval | 110.1 (23.2, 392.2) | --- | --- | --- |

Risk in component 2: logit^{-1}{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval
| 460.3 (138.3, 819.2) | 35.9 (16.9, 74.7) | 16.2 (8.2, 31.5) | 7.6 (2.3, 25.0) |

Risk in component 3: logit^{-1}{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval
| --- | 41.3 (6.1, 232.1) | 4.0 (0.7, 20.8) | 2.4 (0.2, 29.6) |

Risk in component 4: logit^{-1}{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval
| --- | --- | 4.7 (3.0, 7.2) | 2.8 (0.3, 28.3) |

Odds ratio, component 1 vs. component 2: exp{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval | 0.15 (0.01, 2.46) | --- | --- | --- |

Odds ratio, component 2 vs. component 3: exp{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval | --- | 0.87 (0.06, 12.7) | 4.13 (0.41, 42.0) | 3.19 (0.09, 115) |

Odds ratio, component 2 vs. component 4: exp{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval | --- | --- | 3.51 (1.44, 8.56) | 2.74 (0.14, 53.1) |

Odds ratio, component 3 vs. component 4: exp{\stackrel{\wedge}{\theta}} [point estimate] Confidence interval | --- | --- | 0.85 (0.19, 3.79) | 0.86 (0.04, 21.1) |