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Table 3 Receipt and use of ITN by study arm

From: Effect of group versus individual antenatal care on uptake of intermittent prophylactic treatment of malaria in pregnancy and related malaria outcomes in Nigeria and Kenya: analysis of data from a pragmatic cluster randomized trial

 Intervention (n = 510)Control (n = 508)Differencep-value
Nasarawa State, Nigeria
 Self-reported ITN receipt and usen (%)n (%)  
 Mother received ITN during pregnancy455 (89.2)505 (99.4)− 10.20.100
 Mother slept under ITN previous night372 (72.9)345 (67.9)5.00.197
 Infant slept under ITN previous night422 (82.7)385 (75.8)6.90.023
 Intervention (n = 211)Control (n = 208)Differencep-value
Kisumu County, Kenya
 Self-reported ITN receipt and usen (%)n (%)  
 Mother received ITN during pregnancy203 (96.7)188 (92.2)4.50.045
 Mother slept under ITN previous night198 (99.5)191 (99.5)00.978
 Infant slept under ITN previous night199 (94.3)197 (94.7)− 0.40.858