Table 4

Logistic regression analysis of CPT uptake with respect to potential predictors

Variable

CPT#

Univariate Analysis

Multivariate Analysis

N (%)

ORa

95% CIb

P-value

ORc

95% CI

P-value


All

524 (47.0)

Health Facility

Faith-based

283 (65.8)

1

-

-

1

-

-

Public

241 (35.2)

0.28

(0.22 - 0.36)

0.000

0.29

(0.22 - 0.38)

0.000d

Sex

Male

231 (45.0)

1

-

-

1

-

-

Female

293 (48.8)

1.16

(0.92 - 1.47)

0.215

1.32

(1.02 - 1.71)

0.036

Age Group

0-14

13 (35.1)

1

-

-

1

-

-

15-29

148 (45.7)

1.55

(0.76 - 3.16)

0.224

0.89

(0.42 - 1.90)

0.766

30-44

280 (49.4)

1.80

(0.90 - 3.61)

0.097

1.26

(0.60 - 2.60)

0.542

45-59

73 (46.5)

1.60

(0.76 - 3.38)

0.213

1.20

(0.55 - 2.61)

0.649

≥ 60

10 (34.5)

0.97

(0.35 - 2.70)

0.956

0.74

(0.26 - 2.15)

0.583

Residence

Rural

290 (54.4)

1

-

-

1

-

-

Urban

234 (40.3)

0.57

(0.45 - 0.72)

0.000

0.86

(0.65 - 1.12)

0.256

Category of Patients

Others*

57 (47.5)

1

-

-

1

-

-

New

467 (47.0)

0.98

(0.67 - 1.43)

0.915

0.77

(0.51 - 1.17)

0.223

TB Type

EPTB

74 (42.3)

1

-

-

1

-

-

SNPTB

145 (42.9)

1.03

(0.71 - 1.48)

0.894

0.83

(0.65 - 1.12)

0.256

SPPTB

305 (50.7)

1.41

(1.00 - 1.98)

0.049

0.83

(0.56 - 1.23)

0.350


a- crude odds ratio

b- 95% confidence interval

c- adjusted odds ratio

d- significant values are highlighted

*Others - Includes treatment failure, treatment default, transferred in from another facility and relapse cases

# Denominator is the total number of HIV-positive patients with CPT records available (1114)

Njozing et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:129   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-129

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