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Table 2 Knowledge, attitude and practices on rabies of different households of Ntoroko and Moyo districts, Uganda (2009–2012)

From: Rabies in Uganda: rabies knowledge, attitude and practice and molecular characterization of circulating virus strains

Observation MoyoNtorokoP**
Knowledge Rabies42/44 (95.45)*37/42 (92.50)0.665
 World Rabies Day8/ 445 (18.18)2/40 (5.00)0.092
Mode of rabies transmission Water0/44 (0)1/40 (2.50)0.476
 Bites41/44 (93.2)37/42 (92.5)1.000
Dog’s Clinical signs Salivation31/44 (70.5)29/42 (72.5)1.000
 Biting objectsp//44 (52.27)29/40 (72.50)0.057
 Eating0/44 (0)1/40 (2.5)0.477
 Sleeping1/44 (6.27)3/40 (7.5)0.345
 Excitement5/44 (11.36)3/40 (42.50)0.001
Management (Vaccine) after bites Dogs16/44 (36.36)17/40 (42.50)0.580
 Cats3/44 (6.82)3/40 (7.50)1.000
Treatment Wash wounds8/44 (18.18)2/40 (17)0.935
 PEP28/44 (63.64)22/40 (55)0.421
  1. Legend: * = Positive / total tested (%); ** = p value at95% confidence limit