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Table 3.

Trypanosome infections according to villages.

Villages No of flies captured No of flies analyzed T+ Tcf (%) 95% CI Tv (%) 95% CI Tcf/Tv (%) 95% CI
Bechati 54 53 18a (33.96) 9 (16.98) 9.08 – 29.53 11 (20.75) 11.88 – 33.72 2 (3.77) 0.94 – 13.87
Besali 4 4 1a (25.00) 1 (25.00) 3.35 – 76.22 1 (25.00) 3.35 – 76.22 1 (25.00) 3.35 – 76.22
Folepi 145 138 48a (34.78) 31 (22.46) 16.26 – 30.17 22 (15.94) 10.73 – 23.03 5 (3.62) 1.52 – 8.41
Menji 71 70 33a (47.14) 28 (40.00) 29.24 – 51.82 14 (20.00) 12.22 – 30.99 9 (12.86) 6.83 – 22.90
Total 274 265 100a (37.73) 69 (26.04) 48 (18.11) 17 (6.41)
p-value 0.0195 0.8073 0.0454

No: number; (%): trypanosome infection rate; T+: tsetse flies with trypanosome infections; Tcf: Trypanosoma congolense “forest type”; Tv: Trypanosoma vivax; Tcf/Tv: co-infection of Trypanosoma congolense “forest type” and Trypanosoma vivax. CI: Confidence interval.

a

some of these tsetse flies were co-infected by different trypanosome species;

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