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Table 1 Point prevalence of trypanosomiasis in Pigs (n = 168) by species

From: Domestic pigs as potential reservoirs of human and animal trypanosomiasis in Northern Tanzania

District T. vivax T. simiae T. brucei s. l. T. b. rhodesiense T. godfreyi
Babati (N = 19) 5.2%[1](0.1 – 26.0%) 0% 0% 0% 5.2%[1](0.1 – 26.0%)
Mbulu (N = 70) 5.7%[4](1.6 – 14.0%) 0% 4.3%[3](0.9 – 12.0%) 1.4%[1](0.1 – 7.8%) 4.3%[3](0.9 – 12.0%)
Arumeru (N = 37) 0% 0% 18.9%[7](8.0 – 35.2%) 10.8%[4](3.0 – 25.4%) 0%
Dodoma (N = 42) 2.4%[1](0.1 – 12.6%) 7.1%[3](1.5 – 19.5%) 16.7%[7](7.0 – 31.4%) 7.1%[3](2.7 – 22.6%) 0%
Overall (N = 168) 3.6%[6](1.3 – 7.6%) 1.8%[3](0.4 – 5.1%) 10.1%[17](6.1 – 15.7%) 4.8%[8](2.1 – 9.8%) 2.3%[4](0.7 – 6.0%)
  1. Where the percentage prevalence is above zero, the actual number of infections detected is given in square brackets, and 95% confidence intervals are given in italics in round brackets.