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Table 1 Prevalence of PCR-detected infections

From: Forest malaria in Cambodia: the occupational and spatial clustering of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum infection risk in a cross-sectional survey in Mondulkiri province, Cambodia

  N PCR positivity
Plasmodium P. vivax P. falciparum Co-infections
Proportion (n) of survey samples 4200 8.3% (349) 6.4% (268) 3.0% (125) 1.1% (48)
Extrapolated population prevalence 10,053 8.9% 6.8% 3.3% 1.3%
Extrapolated prevalence per village      
Outside forest
Trapaingphiae 594 0.6% (3) 0.6% (3) 0% (0) 0% (0)
Chhnaeng 550 2.7% (12) 1.9% (8) 0.9% (4) 0.3% (1)
Oham 333 8.0% (20) 6.2% (16) 2.9% (7) 1.1% (3)
Ohrana 470 5.7% (25) 4.2% (18) 1.8% (8) 0.2% (1)
Sraepreas 228 6.5% (13) 5.6% (11) 1.7% (3) 0.8% (1)
Sraektum 296 13.1% (36) 8.6% (24) 4.8% (13) 0.8% (2)
Lapakhe 71 10.6% (4) 6.7% (3) 7.8% (2) 3.9% (1)
Ohkaunpreas 317 6.9% (21) 5.9% (18) 1.7% (5) 0.7% (2)
Trapaingtouk 201 1.9% (3) 1.2% (2) 0.6% (1) 0% (0)
Forest fringe
Poucha 239 9.7% (24) 6.7% (17) 4.3% (10) 1.4% (3)
Sraeampilkroam 218 11.0% (23) 7.2% (15) 3.8% (8) 0.6% (1)
Sraeampilleu 168 10.6% (17) 8.2% (13) 2.4% (4) 0% (0)
Inside forest
Beng-Gaty 106 37.9% (40) 30.9% (32) 25.1% (27) 18.1% (19)
Ohchra 152 40.4% (60) 36.3% (54) 10.0% (15) 5.9% (9)
Sraelvy 154 18.7% (28) 15.5% (23) 3.9% (6) 1.3% (2)
Ohtrone 103 19.7% (20) 10.4% (11) 12.4% (12) 3.1% (3)
  1. As proportions of positive blood samples or as census population-level estimates by extrapolation via post-sampling weights (raw numbers of positive samples in brackets). 4 positive P. malariae samples omitted