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Table 3 Twelve-month prevalence of major depressive episode by country and religious affiliation among. older adults in SAGE participant countries, 2007–2010

From: Religious affiliation and major depressive episode in older adults: a cross-sectional study in six low- and middle- income countries

Religious affiliation China Ghana India México Rusia Sudáfrica
%
(CI 95%) a
None 1. 6 (1.2–1.9) 11.8 (4.4–19.1) NEa,b 6.0 (0.8–12.9) 5.2 (2.6–8.4) 1.92 (0.4–4.2)
Buddhist 1.2 (0.1–2.4) NEb 35.3 (5.9–64.7) NEb NEb NEb
Christian 2.2 (1.1–5.5) 8.5 (7.1–9.9) 11.6 (9.2–32.5) 6.3 (4.4–8.3) 5.6 (3.5–7.5) 2.00 (0.4–3.6)
Hindu NEb NEb 15.8 (13.8–17.8) 9.7 (0.7–20.0) NEb 7.1 (1.0–15.1)
Muslim 2.6 (2.5–7.7) 14.1 (9.9–18.4) 22.8 (16.1–29.5) 10.3 (4.6–25.2) 7.5 (2.3–12.6) 8.9 (5.3–23.0)
Other NEb 8.2 (4.8–11.7) 24.5 (7.6–41.4) 15.9 (0.6–32.4) 6.7 (2.5–15.8) 13.3 (1. 9–28. 5)
  1. aPercentages and confidence intervals represent the prevalence of mayor depressive episode for each combination of country and religion. b NE: Non-estimable