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Table 2 Prevalence of urinary schistosomiasis, STH, LF and malaria among study participants in five rural villages in Kwale district, coastal Kenya

From: Adult population as potential reservoir of NTD infections in rural villages of Kwale district, Coastal Kenya: implications for preventive chemotherapy interventions policy

  No. infected/No. examined (%)
95% CI (%)
 
Village Ascaris Trichuris Hookworm Schisto LF Malaria
Maponda 0/106 (0)
-
4/106 (3.8)
0.2-7.4
40/105 (38.1)
28.8-47.4
10/117 (8.5)
3.4-13.5
6/118 (5.1)
1.1-9.1
9/118 (7.6)
2.8-12.4
Mirihini 0/121 (0)
-
0/122 (0)
-
58/119 (48.7)
39.7-57.7
18/127 (14.2)
8.1-20.3
4/126 (3.2)
0.1-6.3
4/127 (3.1)
0.1-6.1
Kajiweni 2/122 (1.6)
0-3.8
1/122 (0.8)
0-2.4
64/120 (53.3)
44.4-62.2
25/122 (20.5)
13.3-27.7
7/122 (5.7)
1.6-9.8
12/120 (10.0)
4.6-15.4
Miatsani 0/92 (0)
-
1/92 (1.1)
0-3.2
44/93 (47.3)
37.2-57.4
20/93 (21.5)
13.2-29.8
4/91 (4.4)
0.2-8.6
0/93 (0)
-
Mlafyeni 2/129 (1.6)
0-3.8
0/129 (0)
-
29/127 (22.8)
15.5-30.1
34/128 (26.6)
18.9-34.3
4/137 (2.9)
0.1-5.7
8/134 (6.0)
2.0-10.0
All 4/570 (0.7)
0-1.4
6/571 (1.1)
0.2-2.0
235/564 (41.7)
37.6-45.8
107/587 (18.2)
15.1-21.3
25/594 (4.2)
2.6-5.8
33/592 (5.6)
3.7-7.5
*P value    < 0.001 0.030 0.765 0.015
  1. * Chi-square test. For Ascaris and Trichuris infections, Chi-square was not valid hence p-values not indicated