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Table 3 Results of the estimated parameters (mean and 95% confidence interval) for P. vivax, using human landing catch conducted outdoors in the peridomestic environment of 36 houses in rural settlements of five municipalities in the Brazilian states of Acre, Amazonas and Rondônia

From: Vector competence, vectorial capacity of Nyssorhynchus darlingi and the basic reproduction number of Plasmodium vivax in agricultural settlements in the Amazonian Region of Brazil

Municipality (State)a Estimated malaria incidence at day t (ht) Malaria probability at day t Vector competence
(bt)
Vectorial capacity (days−1)
(Vct)
Basic reproduction numberb
(R0)
Mâncio Lima (AC) 45 (28–69) 0.0038 (0.0024–0.0058) 0.0476 (0.0306–0.0703) 0.0836 (0.0809–0.0862) 3.3 (3.2–3.4)
Lábrea (AM) 100 (67–140) 0.0034 (0.0023–0.0047) 0.0208 (0.0144–0.0283) 0.177 (0.171–0.183) 7.0 (6.8–7.2)
Cruzeiro do Sul (AC) 100 (74–173) 0.00167 (0.00110–0.00256) 0.00484 (0.00332–0.00702) 0.42 (0.40–0.45) 16.8 (15.9–17.7)
São Gabriel da Cachoeira (AM) 142 (42–259) 0.00344 (0.00101–0.00626) 0.00456 (0.00137–0.00814) 1.4 (1.3–1.5) 55.5 (53.3–57.9)
Machadinho D’Oeste (RO) 174 (23–429) 0.0104 (0.0014–0.0258) 0.0135 (0.0018–0.035) 1.5 (1.4–1.6) 58.7 (55.4–62.3)
  1. aAC (Acre state), AM (Amazonas state), RO (Rondônia state)
  2. bObtained from Eq. (8) with c = 0.22 [28], and γ = 5.56 × 10−3 days−1 [29]