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Table 1 Comparison of hematological profiles between malaria infected and malaria non- infected participants

From: Effect of malaria infection on hematological profiles of people living with human immunodeficiency virus in Gambella, southwest Ethiopia

Hematological Profiles Malaria infected Mean ± SD Malaria non- infected Mean ± SD t- value P-value
RBC (×1012/L) 3.88 ± 0.69 4.08 ± 0.66 −1.914 0.057
Hgb (g/dL) 11.77 ± 1.80 12.69 ± 2.03 −3.120 0.002
HCT (%) 34.60 ± 5.44 37.23 ± 5.59 −3.116 0.002
MCV (FL) 88.99 ± 10.86 91.10 ± 12.33 −1.190 0.236
MCH (pg) 30.53 ± 3.38 31.36 ± 4.12 −1.443 0.151
MCHC (g/dL) 34.08 ± 1.38 33.74 ± 3.08 0.921 0.359
WBC (×109/L) 4.66 ± 2.19 5.09 ± 3.57 −0.944 0.346
LYM (%) 35.76 ± 14.24 48.17 ± 12.95 −5.974 <0.0001
MID (%) 14.42 ± 7.81 13.89 ± 22.80 0.204 0.838
NEUT (%) 49.11 ± 17.41 40.34 ± 12.03 3.842 <0.0001
PLT (×109/L) 148.72 ± 77.91 236.88 ± 75.02 −7.559 <0.0001
CD4+ (cell/μl) 434.36 ± 292.41 460.63 ± 230.24 −0.655 0.513
  1. *SD- Standard deviation, RBC-Red blood cell, HCT-Hematocrit, Hgb-Hemoglobin, MCV-Mean cell volume, MCH-Mean cell hemoglobin, MCHC-Mean cell hemoglobin concentration, WBC-White blood cell, LYM-Lymphocyte, MID - Average of basophils, eosinophil and monocyte, NEUT-Neutrophil, PLT- Platelets and CD4+-cluster of differentiation