PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS OF MALARIA PARASITAEMIA IN PREGNANT WOMEN AT BOOKING AT THE JOS UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL
univariate analysis. However, after multiple logistic regression analysis, only
occupation and insecticide treated nets were independently associated with
The prevalence of malaria parasitaemia is high in this study. The use of insecticide
treated (ITNs) was rewarding among users, in reducing malaria parasitaemia.
OUTCOME MEASURES: Malaria parasitemia, insecticide treated nets, gravidity,
occupation and education