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Table 1 Prevalence of positive malaria cases per sanitary district from Río Santiago during the ACD III

From: Plasmodium falciparum outbreak in native communities of Condorcanqui, Amazonas, Perú

Sanitary districta Total population Sampling (%) Positive cases Prevalence % CI % P. vivax P. falciparum
Prevalence % CI % Prevalence % CI %
Cucuasa (2) 454 315 (69.4%) 1 0.3 (0.00–0.94) 0.3 (0.00–0.94) 0 (0.00–0.00)
Soledad (2) 265 135 (50.9%) 10 7.4 (2.99–11.83) 2.2 (0.00–4.71) 5.2 (1.44–8.93)
Ayambis (1) 350 241 (68.9%) 18 7.5 (4.15–10.79) 0.8 (0.00–1.98) 6.2 (3.17–9.27)
Nauta (5) 790 366 (46.3%) 34 9.3 (6.32–12.26) 6.8 (4.25–9.42) 1.6 (0.34–2.94)
Chapiza (4) 2340 741 (31.7%) 70 9.4 (7.34–11.55) 7.2 (5.30–9.01) 2 (1.01–3.04)
Chosica (2) 391 272 (69.6%) 36 13.2 (9.21–17.26) 12.1 (8.25–16.01) 1.1 (0.00–2.34)
Yutupis (2) 460 328 (71.3%) 44 13.4 (9.73–17.10) 13.4 (9.73–17.10) 0 (0.00–0.00)
Guayabal (3) 680 320 (47.1%) 7 2.2 (0.58–3.79) 2.2 (0.58–3.79) 0 (0.00–0.00)
Total (21) 5730 2718 (47.4%) 220 8.1 (7.07–9.12) 6.2 (5.28–7.09) 1.7 (1.21–2.18)
  1. Mixed infections prevalence 0.2%
  2. CI: 95% confidence level
  3. aNumber of communities are shown in parentheses