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Table 1 Prevalence of elephants with at least one lesion (active/inactive*), compared to prevalence of elephants with at least one active lesion by tourism camp in Thailand

From: Risk factors for saddle-related skin lesions on elephants used in the tourism industry in Thailand

Camp #Elephants Prev. (95 % CI^) elephants with at least one lesion (active/inactive) Prev. (95 % CI^) elephants with at least one active lesion
1 13 69.2 (38.6 – 90.9) 30.8 (9.10 – 61.4)
2 8 25.0 (3.20 – 65.1) 0 (0 – 36.9#)
3 27 74.1 (53.7 – 88.9) 37.0 (19.4 – 57.6)
4 5 80.0 (28.4 – 99.5) 20.0 (0.5 – 71.6)
5 10 90.0 (55.5 – 99.7) 80.0 (44.4-97.5)
6 4 0 (0 – 60.2#) 0 (0 – 60.2#)
7 3 100 (29.2 – 100#) 100 (29.2 – 100#)
8 4 100 (39.8 – 100#) 75.0 (19.4 – 99.4)
9 26 92.3 (74.9 – 99.1) 84.6 (65.1 – 95.6)
10 9 100 (66.4 – 100#) 100 (66.4 – 100#)
11 4 100 (39.8 – 100#) 100 (39.8 – 100#)
12 5 100 (47.8 – 100#) 100 (47.8 – 100#)
13 8 87.5 (47.3 – 99.7) 75.0 (34.9 – 96.8)
14 18 100 (81.5 - 100#) 94.4 (72.7 – 99.9)
15 32 87.5 (71.0 – 96.5) 75.0 (56.6 – 88.5)
16 3 100 (29.2 – 100#) 66.7 (9.4 – 99.2)
17 6 50.0 (11.8 – 88.2) 16.7 (0.4 – 64.1)
18 9 88.9 (51.8 – 99.7) 66.7 (29.9 – 92.5)
  1. *An active lesion is defined as a lesion categorized as rubbed/pink, raw, full depth ulcer, abscess (closed or draining), healing lesion, depigmented skin, or other. An inactive lesion is defined as a lesion categorized as either a healed lesion, or a callus
  2. ^Exact 95 % confidence interval
  3. #One-sided, Exact 97.5 % confidence interval