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Table 5 Prevalence and intensity of infection of Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma mansoni mono and coinfections among school children by District in south Nyanza, western Kenya

From: Schistosoma haematobium hotspots in south Nyanza, western Kenya: prevalence, distribution and co-endemicity with Schistosoma mansoni and soil-transmitted helminths

District S. haematobium monoinfection S. mansoni monoinfection Co-infection
  Prevalence (%)1 Mean intensity (eggs/10 ml)2 Prevalence (%)1 Mean intensity (epg)2 Prevalence (%)1 S. haematobium intensity (eggs/10 ml)2 S. mansoni intensity (epg)2
Borabu - - 2.8 (0.6-8.2) 16 (−1.2-33.2)    
Central Kisii - - 2.4 (<0.01-13.4) 36 - - -
Gucha South - - 0.3 (<0.01-2.1) 24 - - -
Homabay 4.5 (3.4-5.9) 17.9 (10.6-25.1) 8.2 (6.6-10.1) 112.2 (62.5-161.9) 0.3 (0.1-0.9) 21.5 (−13.6-56.6) 81 (−75.2-237.2)
Migori 7.8 (6.5-9.2) 31.5 (17.2-45.9) 20.5 (18.5-22.7) 183.8 (154.8-212.8) 2.1 (1.4-3) 29.9 (16.1-43.6) 81.9 (53.7-110)
Rachuonyo 18.6 (15.7-22) 18.3 (12.7-23.9) 4.9 (3.3-7.2) 113 (48.8-177.1) 8.9 (4.6-16.3) 18.7 (−3.5-40.8) 132 (23.3-240.8)
Suba 0.6 (<0.01-3.8) 12 19.4 (13.6-27) 93.2 (44.9-141.6) - - -
Overall 7.2 (6.4-8) 24 (17.2-30.7) 11.4 (10.4-12.5) 159.2 (136.7-181.7) 1.3 (0.9-1.6) 26.6 (16.2-37.0) 92.8 (63.3-122.3)
  1. 195% Confidence Interval.
  2. 2Arithmetic mean infection intensity (values in parenthesis indicate 95% Confidence Interval).