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Table 1 Prevalence of Plasmodium-helminth co-infections. A selection of malaria-helminth co-infection prevalence data obtained from studies conducted in Africa and South America

From: Plasmodium and intestinal parasite perturbations of the infected host’s inflammatory responses: a systematic review

Country Year Prevalence (%) Reference
Cameroon 2008 13.9 [127]
Cameroon 2014 22.1 [128]
Cameroon 2015 11.9 [129]
Cameroon 2016 11.6 [16]
Colombia 2012 24.5 [130]
Ethiopia 2009 23.6 [131]
Ethiopia 2010 39.6 [132]
Ethiopia 2012 19.4 [133]
Ethiopia 2012 5.2 [134]
Gabon 2010 15.0 [135]
Ghana 2009 31.0 [136]
Ghana 2009 30.7 [9]
Ghana 2011 30.5 [137]
Indonesia 2016 7.1 [138]
Ivory Coast 2012 24.7 [139]
Ivory Coast 2014 13.5 [140]
Kenya 2008 26.7 [141]
Kenya 2009 37.8 [142]
Kenya 2011 0.9 [143]
Kenya 2013 4.7 [144]
Kenya 2015 14.3 [145]
Malawi 2011 21.4 [146]
Nigeria 2011 4.3 [147]
Nigeria 2013 20.9 [148]
Nigeria 2013 42.9 [149]
Tanzania 2014 17.9 [150]
Tanzania 2017 26.4 [151]
Thailand 2010 19.0 [13]
Uganda 2005 54.8 [86]
Uganda 2008 15.5 [152]
Uganda 2010 15.5 [153]
Uganda 2011 9.3 [143]
Zambia 2012 44.3 [154]