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Table 4 Spatial malaria pockets with higher Incidence of Vivax and Falciparum malaria detected by SaTScan v9.4.2 in Ratanakiri, Cambodia

From: Geographical patterns of malaria transmission based on serological markers for falciparum and vivax malaria in Ratanakiri, Cambodia

Plasmodium species Malaria pockets Communities (out of 98) Year Radius (km) Population Observed cases Expected cases Relative risk Log likelihood ratio p-value
P. falciparum 5 27 2012 19.08 9594 1113 527.11 2.92 335.44 <0.05
1   0a 244 57 13.41 4.32 39.27 <0.05
3   6.16 699 102 38.40 2.72 36.82 <0.05
1   0a 288 44 15.82 2.81 16.97 <0.05
1   0a 223 33 12.25 2.71 12.03 <0.05
6 27 2013 19.08 9594 580 257.69 3.26 204.42 <0.05
1   0a 450 47 12.09 4.00 29.39 <0.05
2   1.50 535 41 14.37 2.91 16.63 <0.05
2   2.90 876 55 23.53 2.40 15.62 <0.05
1   0a 223 22 5.99 3.72 12.71 <0.05
5   6.36 325 21 8.73 2.43 6.22 <0.05
P. vivax 5 19 2012 13.01 6752 464 201.37 2.92 154.77 <0.05
9   10.59 3408 173 101.64 1.80 22.59 <0.05
1   0a 283 30 8.44 3.61 16.64 <0.05
1   0a 222 24 6.62 3.67 13.63 <0.05
1   0a 368 26 10.97 2.39 7.48 <0.05
2 27 2013 19.08 9594 366 154.30 3.60 145.45 <0.05
2   5.97 386 31 6.21 5.16 25.46 <0.05
  1. aA single village was selected as an area with a higher risk to Plasmodium infection, and therefore showing a radius of 0 km