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Table 1 Malaria infection among recently febrile children, across treatment-seeking behaviour and age

From: Documenting malaria case management coverage in Zambia: a systems effectiveness approach

Did not seek treatment from an appropriate provider1
  All children 0-11 months 12-23 months 24-35 months 36-47 months 48-59 months
N fever 443 62 95 85 113 88
% BS-, RDT- 44.1 70.3 44.3 53.4 32.2 32.2
(36.1-52.5) (57.8-80.3) (31.2-58.2) (38.5-67.8) (22.1-44.2) (20.3-46.9)
% BS+, RDT+ 29.9 17.4 39.0 27.3 31.0 31.0
(24.1-36.6) (9.7-29.3) (26.3-53.3) (17.6-39.8) (22.3-41.4) (22.5-41.0)
% BS-, RDT+ 24.8 9.4 16.8 19.3 34.7 35.7
(19.4-31.0) (3.4-23.4) (11.0-24.8) (11.5-30.5) (25.8-44.7) (23.7-49.8)
% BS+, RDT- 1.2 2.9 0.0 0.0 2.1 1.2
(0.5-3.0) (0.7-11.1)    (0.7-6.6) (0.2-8.3)
Sought treatment from an appropriate provider 1
  All children 0-11 months 12-23 months 24-35 months 36-47 months 48-59 months
N fever 451 74 86 110 103 78
% BS-, RDT- 49.8 68.8 59.2 45.3 41.6 34.1
(41.9-57.7) (56.2-79.1) (43.9-72.9) (34.1-57.0) (30.1-54.0) (22.5-48.0)
% BS+, RDT+ 16.2 6.1 13.1 21.9 16.4 23.4
(12.6-20.7) (2.9-12.3) (7.7-21.4) (14.4-32.0) (10.7-24.4) (14.3-35.9)
% BS-, RDT+ 33.2 23.1 27.7 32.8 41.2 41.3
(27.1-40.0) (14.9-34.0) (17.9-40.3) (23.5-43.7) (29.3-24.4) (30.5-53.0)
% BS+, RDT- 0.7 2.1 0.0 0.0 0.8 1.2
(0.3-2.0) (0.5-8.1)    (0.1-5.8) (0.2-8.0)
  1. Source: MIS 2012 household roster and woman’s questionnaire.
  2. 1 CHW, public or private facility.