Volume 20, Number 12—December 2014
Accuracy of Herdsmen Reporting versus Serologic Testing for Estimating Foot-and-Mouth Disease Prevalence
|Administrative division||Sensitivity, % (95% PCI)||Specificity, % (95% PCI)|
|Vina||94.3 (84.2–99.4)||70.6 (44.6–91.3)|
|Mbere||77.2 (50.7–96.5)||69.3 (42.0–91.0)|
|Djerem||57.8 (29.0–84.6)||73.1 (51.4–90.3)|
|Mayo Banyo||76.3 (52.8–95.0)||92.0 (72.8–99.8)|
|Faro and Deo||69.1 (42.9–90.4)||33.1 (5.2–71.4)|
|Overall||84.0 (75.1–92.2)||74.6 (62.7–85.1)|
*FMD, foot-and-mouth disease; PCI, posterior credibility interval.
1Current affiliation: Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
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