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Table 1 Acceptability of children and their parents/guardians

From: Acceptability and efficacy of intra-rectal quinine alkaloids as a pre-transfer treatment of non-per os malaria in peripheral health care facilities in Mopti, Mali

  All children (N = 134)   Positive thick smear (N = 97)  
After 1st Intra rectal administration % 95% CI % 95% CI
Child reaction 32.84 25.29–41.12 34.02 25.12–43.86
Parents reaction 8.21 4.39–13.82 7.21 3.21–13.76
Parents accepting a new shot 96.27 91,93–98.62 94.84 88.95–98.09
  All children (N = 47)   Positive thick smear (N = 35)  
After 2nd Intra rectal administration % 95% CI % 95% CI
Child reaction 10,63 4,00–22,01 8,57 2.23–21.58
Parents reaction 2,13 0,11–10,02 2,85 0,14–13,29
Parents accepting a new shot 97,87 89,95–99,89 97,14 86,71–99,86
  1. Overall acceptability of IRQA was high after a second administration.