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Table 1 Prevalence for each FMDV infection positive found farm per month in relation to the farm population

From: Epidemiology of foot-and-mouth disease in Landhi Dairy Colony, Pakistan, the world largest Buffalo colony

Month [total number of farms sampled] Farm ID. total farm Population sampled infected Prevalence l. CI u. CI
April 2006 [18] 3 1500 13 1 8% 0% 22%
  7 - 9 6 67% 36% 97%
  8 250 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  11 360 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  15 200 9 1 11% 0% 32%
May 2006 [7] 3 193 6 6 100% 100% 100%
August 2006 [9] 1 197 3 3 100% 100% 100%
  2 131 3 1 33% 0% 87%
  3 46 3 3 100% 100% 100%
  4 140 3 2 67% 13% 100%
  5 143 3 2 67% 13% 100%
  6 370 3 1 33% 0% 87%
  7 58 3 1 33% 0% 87%
  8 55 3 1 33% 0% 87%
  9 63 3 3 100% 100% 100%
September 2006 [19] 5 145 6 4 67% 29% 104%
  6 145 12 1 8% 0% 24%
  7 110 9 2 22% 0% 49%
  10 190 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  12 70 9 1 11% 0% 32%
October 2006 [5] 3 150 5 1 20% 0% 55%
November 2006 [5] 5 260 6 1 17% 0% 46%
December 2006 [5] 2 - 5 1 20% 0% 55%
  3 700 6 6 100% 100% 100%
  4 90 6 4 67% 29% 100%
  5 196 5 3 60% 17% 100%
January 2007 [17] 2 120 10 2 20% 0% 45%
  7 107 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  8 143 20 8 40% 19% 61%
  9 272 10 1 10% 0% 29%
  11 111 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  13 214 10 1 10% 0% 29%
  17 505 9 1 11% 0% 32%
February 2007 [5] 1 266 6 1 17% 0% 46%
  2 162 6 5 83% 54% 100%
  3 124 6 4 67% 29% 100%
  4 372 6 2 33% 0% 71%
  5 266 6 5 83% 54% 100%
March 2007 [5] 1 150 6 5 83% 54% 100%
  2 175 6 3 50% 10% 90%
  3 65 6 2 33% 0% 71%
  4 80 6 2 33% 0% 71%
  5 122 6 3 50% 10% 90%
April 2007 [17] 1 205 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  12 145 9 2 22% 0% 49%
  15 122 9 1 11% 0% 32%
  1. Confidence intervals were calculated for a normal distributed population without finite population correction factor. This means that some confidence intervals related to very small sample size or extreme point estimates are doubtful (shown in grey).