Mean outcome (95% CI)^{a} | ||||
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Intervention (clusters n = 13) | Control (clusters n = 13) | Crude effect (95% CI); P value^{b} | Adjusted effect (95% CI); P value | |

Female change in SBP | -25.62 (-30.49 to -20.75) | -10.42 (-21.92 to 1.09) | 15.20 (3.06 to 27.34); 0.02 | 13.32 (0.74 to 25.89); 0.04 |

Male change in SBP | -24.64 (-29.33 to -19.95) | -7.52 (-23.42 to 8.39) | 17.13 (0.81 to 33.44); 0.04 | 17.51 (3.69 to 31.34); 0.02 |

Female–male difference for change in SBP | - | - | -1.93 (-12.38 to 8.53); 0.70 | -0.50 (-9.27 to 8.27); 0.90 |

SBP = systolic blood pressure.

^{a}Arm-specific mean outcomes and their 95% confidence intervals are themselves based on cluster-level summary mean outcomes for females/males/female–male differences.^{b}All control minus intervention differences (intervention effect estimates) are based on analysis of crude/covariate-adjusted cluster-level summary (mean/proportion) female–male difference outcomes. Change in SBP is calculated as outcome at endpoint minus outcome at baseline.