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Table 2 Use of antenatal care (ANC) clinics and intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy (IPTp) with sulfadoxine–pyrimethamine (SP) by women aged 15–49 years who completed a pregnancy in the past 2 years in eight districts, Malawi, 2009 (N = 3213)

From: The use of intermittent preventive treatment in pregnancy and insecticide-treated bed nets for malaria prevention by women of child-bearing age in eight districts in Malawi

  Blantyre (N = 367) % (95 % CI) Chiradzulu (N = 305) % (95 % CI) Karonga (N = 307) % (95 % CI) Lilongwe (N = 391) % (95 % CI) Mwanza (N = 488) % (95 % CI) Nkhotakhota (N = 386) % (95 % CI) Phalombe (N = 503) % (95 % CI) Rumphi (N = 466) % (95 % CI) Total (N = 3213) % (95 % CI)
Any ANC clinic use 97 (95–99) 96 (93–99) 99 (98–100) 95 (92–98) 99 (98–100) 94 (91–97) 96 (94–99) 97 (95–99) 96 (95–97)
IPTp-SP doses received
 0 10 (7–14) 10 (6–13) 6 (2–9) 7 (4–11) 3 (1–5) 21 (15–26) 6 (3–9) 8 (4–13) 9 (7–10)
 1 21 (14–28) 26 (19–32) 27 (21–33) 17 (11–22) 28 (23–33) 22 (17–28) 14 (9–19) 8 (5–12) 19 (16–22)
 ≥2 68 (61–76) 65 (58–72) 67 (60–74) 76 (70–82) 69 (64–75) 57 (50–64) 79 (73–86) 83 (77–89) 72 (69–75)
  1. 95 % CI 95 % confidence interval