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Table 2 Summary of the prevalence of S. mansoni, malaria and co-infections by district and overall

From: Integrated prevalence mapping of schistosomiasis, soil-transmitted helminthiasis and malaria in lakeside and island communities in Lake Victoria, Uganda

  INFECTION
DISTRICT S. mansoni P. falciparum Co-infection
  n N Prevalence (95% CIs) n N Prevalence (95% CIs) n N Prevalence (95% CIs)
Bugiri 363 484 75.00 (70.89-78.80) 282 495 57.00 (52.48-61.38) 191 440 43.41 (38.72-48.19)
Jinja 114 170 67.06 (59.45-74.06) 93 161 57.76 (49.74-65.50) 63 156 40.38 (32.61-48.53)
Kalangala 302 962 31.39 (28.47-34.43) 307 777 39.51 (36.05-43.05) 119 814 14.62 (12.26-17.24)
Masaka 41 218 18.81 (13.85-24.64) 125 220 56.82 (50.00-63.46) 25 210 11.90 (7.85-17.07)
Mayuge 241 356 67.70 (62.57-72.53) 144 358 40.22 (35.10-45.51) 90 340 26.47 (21.86-31.50)
Mpigi 64 212 30.19 (24.09-36.85) 104 211 49.29 (42.36-56.24) 34 200 17.00 (12.07-22.94)
Mukono 586 1134 51.68 (48.72-54.62) 586 1165 50.30 (47.39-53.21) 285 1099 25.93 (23.36-28.63)
Rakai 5 667 0.75 (0.24-1.74) NA NA NA NA NA NA
Wakiso 134 331 40.48 (35.15-45.99) 83 325 25.54 (20.89-30.64) 32 310 10.32 (7.17-14.26)
TOTAL 1850 4534 40.80 (39.37-42.25) 1724 3712 46.44 (44.83-48.06) 839 3569 23.51 (22.12-24.93)
  1. "n" refers to the number of positive cases, "N" is the total number of children surveyed. "CIs" stand for confidence intervals.