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4. The prevalence of injection use in Uganda and Indonesia
In this chapter the data on the prevalence of injection use in Uganda and Indonesia are presented. First, a brief overview of the health care context in Uganda and Indonesia is given. More information can be found in the country reports15. The results of the study are presented following the indicators described in Chapter 2.2. When appropriate, the results of the study in Thailand (WHO/DAP/94.8) where similar indicators were used are included.
15Indonesia: Salan, R. & Murad J., 1994, Injection Practice Research in Indonesia. Jakarta: National Institute for Health Research and Development, unpublished report.
Uganda: Birungi H, Asiimwe D, Whyte SR. 1994, Injection Use and Practices in Uganda. Geneva: WHO/DAP/94.18.
For the data gathered in the household questionnaires, statistical significance tests (Chi Square) are performed when appropriate16.
16Results are called statistically significant when p=0.05. When results are highly significant, this is indicated by (*p=0.01) and (**p=0.001).