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Erratum to “Malaria Burden in Pregnancy at Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala, Uganda”

Table 1

General characteristics by gravidity.

CharacteristicsPrimigravidae (%)Multigravidae (%) value for gravidity changea
G1
( )
G2-3
( )
≥G4
( )

District of residence
 Kampala
 Wakiso
 Other
70.2 (134/191)
22.0 (42/191)
7.9 (15/191)
67.1 (94/140)
23.6 (33/140)
9.3 (13/140)
67.2 (39/58)
24.1 (14/58)
8.6 (5/58)
0.98
Age (years)
 15–19
 ≥20
68.9 (135/196)14.9 (30/201) <0.0001
31.1 (61/196)85.1 (171/201)
Education
 Illiterate
 Primary
 Higher education
4.4 (8/180)
38.3 (69/180)
57.2 (103/180)
7.0 (9/129)
51.9 (67/129)
41.1 (53/129)
13.0 (7/54)
61.1 (33/54)
25.9 (14/54)
0.0003
Visit to ANC97.2 (140/144)95.6 (109/114)98.1 (53/54)0.63
IPT31.6 (62/196)49.3 (70/142)55.9 (33/59)0.0002
Bednet (of any kind)65.8 (129/196)65.7 (92/140)75.9 (44/58)0.32
Stillbirth3.7 (7/188)2.0 (4/200)0.31
LBW (≤2500 g)15.2 (29/191)9.0 (18/200)0.06
Anaemia (<11g/dL)23.2 (44/190)22.3 (31/139)19.0 (11/58)0.8
Placental malaria
 Active infection
 Past infection
19.6 (36/184)
3.8 (7/184)
12.5 (17/136)
7.4 (10/136)
10.3 (6/58)
0 (0/58)
0.035

ANC: antenatal clinic at least one visit during the present pregnancy.
IPT: intermittent preventive antimalaria treatment, at least one dose.
aChi-square test used. Age, stillbirth, and LBW were analysed using multigravidae as a pooled group (≥G2).

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