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Table 2 Percent of outlets having various anti-malarial drugs in stock, by programme status and type of outlet

From: Vendor-to-vendor education to improve malaria treatment by private drug outlets in Bungoma District, Kenya

  Drugs in stock Informed outlets Control outlets All outlets Signif*
Shops/Kiosks (n = 187) CQ 22.1 42.0 34.8 .006
   Informed = 68 SP 47.1 6.7 21.4 .000
   Control = 119 AQ 76.5 79.0 78.1 .689
Pharmacies (n = 46) CQ 70.4 63.2 67.4 .607
   Informed = 27 SP 92.6 94.7 .93.5 .772
   Control = 19 AQ 92.6 94.7 93.5 .772
Private clinics (n = 19) CQ 0.0 53.8 36.8 .024
   Informed = 6 SP 100.0 69.2 78.9 .126
   Control = 13 AQ 83.3 69.2 73.7 .516
All outlets (n = 252) CQ 33.7 45.7 40.9 .057
   Informed = 101 SP 62.4 23.2 38.9 .000
   Control = 151 AQ 81.2 80.1 80.6 .836
  1. Notes: CQ = chloroquine (to be sold by prescription only); SP = sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (first-line drug); AQ = amodiaquine (second-line drug); *From Pearson chi-square.