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Table 3 Summary of provided initiated HIV testing and counselling implementation results from selected sub-Saharan African countries

From: Assessment of provider-initiated HIV screening in Nigeria with sub-Saharan African comparison

Authors Country Study setting Na Nb % (LCI-UCI) Nc % (LCI-UCI) Nd % (LCI-UCI)
Kharsany et al., 2010 [26] South Africa Hospital-based 5612 2439 43.0 (42.0–45.0) 3173 57.0 (55.0–58.0) 1378 56.0 (55.0–58.0)
Wanyenze et al., 2008 [12] Uganda Hospital-based 51642 50649 98.0 (98.0–98.0) 993 2.0 (2.0–2.0) 12107 0.24 (24.0–24.0)
Leon et al., 2010 [14] South Africa Hospital-based 2326 1752 75.0 (74.0–77.0) 574 25.0 (23.0–26.0) 326 0.19 (17.0–21.0)
Bassett et al., 2007 [18] South Africa Hospital-based 2912 1414 49.0 (47.0–50.0) 1498 51.0 (50.0–53.0) 463 0.33 (30.0–35.0)
Ijadunola et al., 2011 [15] Nigeria University 252 251 99.6 (98.0–1.00) 1 40.0 (0.0–2.0) 0 0.00 (0.0–1.0)
Topp et at., 2011 [24] Zambia Hospital-based 41861 31197 75.0 (74.0–75.0) 10644 34.0 (34.0–35.0) 6572 0.21 (21.0–22.0)
  1. LCI Lower Confidence Interval, UCI Upper Confidence Interval
  2. Na: Number of test offered; Nb: Number of test accepted; Nc: Number of offered test declined; Nd: Number of HIV positive