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Table 2 Classification and treatment of children attending drug shops

From: Drug seller adherence to clinical protocols with integrated management of malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea at drug shops in Uganda

Characteristic Proportion 95% Confidence Intervals
Child age
 Up to 1 year 3,596 (46.9%)  
 Greater than 1 year 4,071 (53.1%)  
Child sex—male 3,732 (48.8%)  
Diarrhoea
 Proportion with diarrhoea 2,335/7,667 (30.5%) 29.4–31.5
 Received ORS packet 2,068/2,335 (88.6%) 87.3–89.9
Fever
 Proportion with fever 6,140/7,667 (80.1%) 79.2–81.0
 Fever and received Rapid Diagnostic test (RDT) 5,986/6,140 (97.5%)  
 Fever and RDT positive 5,096/6,140 (83.0%) 82.1–83.9
 Received an RDT (ALL RDT tests done) 6,801/7,667 (88.7%)  
 RDT positive (overall RDT positivity) 5,307/6,801 (78.0%) 77.0–79.0
 RDT positive and got ACT 4,961/5,307 (93.5%) 92.8–94.1
 Any ACT dispensed 5,218/7,667 (68.1%) 67.0–69.1
Pneumonia
 Respiratory rate counted (all RRs counted) 5,203/7,667 (67.9%)  
 Proportion with pneumonia 3,437/7,667 (44.8%)  
 Pneumonia and amoxicillin dispensed 3,126/3,437 (91.0%)  
 Any amoxicillin dispensed 3364/7,667 (43.9%) 42.8–45.0
Danger signs
 Proportion with any danger sign 381/7,667 (5.0%)  
 Danger sign and referred 309/381 (81.1%)  
Outcome
 Referred 477/7,667 (6.2%) 5.7–6.8
 Adverse drug reaction 2/7,667  
 Died 2/7,667