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Table 1 Previous surveillance sites

From: Geographical distribution of risk factors for invasive non-typhoidal Salmonella at the subnational boundary level in sub-Saharan Africa

Article Country Province Site Age group iNTS episodee Blood culture Proportion of iNTS (per 1000 blood cultures) Source
Lunguya et al. Democratic Republic of Congo Bas Congo Kinsantu Overall 114 2508 45.5 [20]
Kinshasa Kinshasa town Overall 63 5499 11.5
Bandundu Centera Overall 1 73 13.7
Equateur Bwamanda Overall 29 403 72.0
Kasai-Occidental Ileboa, b Overall 0 2 0.0
Kasai-Oriental Centera Overall 1 26 38.5
Orientale Kisangani Overall 18 1123 16.0
Marks et al.c Burkina Faso Ouagadougou Nioko2 & Polesgod Overall 60 1674 35.7 [21]
Ghana Asante Asante Akim North 0–14.9 yo 145 2651 54.8
Senegal Dakar Pikine Overall 4 1058 3.8
Tapia et al. Mali Bamako Bamako & Koulikoro 0–15.9 yo 667 26,126 25.5 [22]
  1. aIn Bandundu, Kasai-Occidental, and Kasai-Oriental, there were no fixed surveillance sites as samples were collected on purpose (i.e. suspicion of outbreaks). Thus, the centroids of the three provinces were used instead
  2. bGiven that there were only two blood cultures taken in Kasai-Occidental, it was possible to identify the location based on email correspondences with the authors of the article
  3. cAmong all countries reported by Marks et al. [21], the current table only shows the countries where corresponding DHS datasets are available. For other countries, see Marks et al. [21]
  4. dThe two sites in Burkina Faso were adjacent, thus a single set of geo-coordinates was used
  5. eIn the Democratic Republic of Congo, the number of iNTS cases was the sum of Typhimurium and Enteritidis reported by Lunguya et al. There were no adjusted iNTS cases available in Senegal, thus raw cases were applied