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Table 1 Net Treatment Type by Person-type, Row%, p < 0.0001, [95% CI]

From: Which family members use the best nets? An analysis of the condition of mosquito nets and their distribution within households in Tanzania

Person-type Did not use a net Never-treated net Expired Treatment Insecticide-treated net (ITN) Total Number
Infants (<1 y) 6.9 [4.9,9.7] 3.9 [2.4,6.5] 2.2 [1.2,4.2] 87.0 [83.5,89.7] 406
Young Children (1-4 y) 12.88 [10.6,15.6] 6.1 [4.5,8.3] 3.8 [2.8,5.1] 77.3 [73.9,80.3] 1064
Older Children (5-14 y) 40.0 [35.6,44.6] 6.1 [4.4,8.6] 5.5 [4.1,7.5] 48.3 [44.2,52.4] 1480
Adult Males (≥15 y) 35.7 [31.5,40.1] 6.2 [4.6,8.3] 2.8 [1.9,4.2] 55.3 [51.4,59.2] 1032
Non-Pregnant Females (15-49 y) 17.4 [14.7,20.3] 4.9 [3.6,6.6] 3.4 [2.5,4.6] 74.3 [71.6,76.9] 1204
Pregnant Females 14.6 [8.9,23.1] 3.4 [1.1,10.0] 5.6 [2.5,12.3] 76.4 [66.0,84.4] 89
Older Females (≥50 y) 42.2 [34.0,50.9] 11.0 [6.9,17.3] 6.5 [3.7,11.2] 40.3 [32.2,48.9] 154
TOTAL 1412 26.0% [23.4,28.8] 315 5.8% [4.7,7.2] 216 4.0% [3.2,4.9] 3486 64.2% [61.8,66.6] 5429
  1. Within households with at least one untreated net, at least one ITN, and at least one infant or young child under five years old