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Table 1 Descriptive summary of 16 studies included in the meta-analysis of the prevalence of diabetes mellitus among Tuberculosis patients in Sub-Saharan Countries, 2017

From: Prevalence of diabetes mellitus among tuberculosis patients in Sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies

Study period Publication year Country Study design Study period Sample size Prevalence with 95% CI
Ade et al. [30] 2015 Cotonou-Benin Cross-sectional June–July/ 2014 159 1.9 (1, 5)
Faurholt-Jepsen et al. [9] 2011 Tanzania Case control Apr 2006-Jan 2009 803 16 (14, 19)
Haraldsdottir et al. [25] 2015 Guinea-Bissau NR July 2010–July 2011 107 2.8 (1, 8)
Kibirige et al. [24] 2013 Uganda Cross-sectional Sep 2011-Feb 2012 260 8.5 (6, 12)
Ogbera et al. [21] 2014 Nigeria Cross-sectional Sep 2010–Mar 2012 3, 376 4.8 (4, 8)
Olayinka et al. [19] 2013 Nigeria Cross-sectional NR 351 5.7 (4, 9)
Workneh et al. [16] 2016 Ethiopia Cross-sectional Sep 2103–Sep 2014 1, 314 8.3 (7, 10)
Ogbera et al. [20] 2015 Nigeria Descriptive observational study Mar 2011-July 2012 4, 000 12 (11, 13)
Getachew et al. [26] 2014 Ethiopia Cross-sectional Oct 2011-Aug 2012 199 8.5 (5, 13)
Damtew et al. [28] 2014 Ethiopia Cross-sectional Feb2014-May 2014 120 16 (10, 23)
Balad et al. [29] 2006 Guinea NR Feb -June 2002 388 3.4 (2, 6)
Rakotonirina et al. [17] 2014 Madagascar Descriptive July15-Oct.30,2013 156 5.8 (3, 11)
Mugusi et al. [23] 1999 Tanzania NR NR 506 6.7 (5, 9)
Owiti et al. [18] 2017 Kenya Cross-sectional Jan -June 2016 454 6.7 (3, 7)
Fonkeng et al. [27] 2017 Cameroon Cross-sectional Nov 2014-July 2015 222 9.5 (6, 19)
Ekeke et al. [22] 2017 Nigeria Prospective study NR 871 38 (35, 41)