Table 3

Results of a logistic regression comparing the characteristics of HIV positive residents (≥15 years of age) on treatment (N = 1,251) with HIV positive residents who were not recorded as receiving treatment (N = 1,033).

Participants(n = 2,284)

Covariate

Unadjusted OR*

P≥|z|

Adjusted OR*

P≥|z|

95% CI


Sex

F*

1

1

M

1.098

0.368

0.875

0.216

(0.708 to 1.081)

Age

15-19*

1

1

20-24

1.947

0.030

2.001

0.025

(1.092 to 3.669)

25-29

4.904

< 0.001

4.998

< 0.001

(2.820 to 8.859)

30-34

10.499

< 0.001

11.065

< 0.001

(6.230 to 19.653)

35-40

11.536

< 0.001

12.525

< 0.001

(6.949 to 22.574)

40-45

9.610

< 0.001

10.579

< 0.001

(5.742 to 19.494)

45-50

7.944

< 0.001

9.297

< 0.001

(4.960 to 17.426)

50-54

11.480

< 0.001

14.020

< 0.001

(7.309 to 26.890)

55-60

5.564

< 0.001

6.726

< 0.001

(3.169 to 14.276)

≥60

4.632

< 0.001

5.834

< 0.001

(2.737 to 12.437)

Years Of Education

per unit

0.987

0.213

1.022

0.128

(0.995 to 1.063)

Assets Index

1 (poorest)*

1

1

2

0.954

0.748

0.932

0.649

(0.688 to 1.262)

3

0.921

0.564

0.842

0.258

(0.624 to 1.135)

4

0.983

0.904

0.829

0.237

(0.607 to 1.131)

5 (wealthiest)

1.115

0.475

0.984

0.927

(0.702 to 1.379)

(Missing)

1.035

0.906

0.684

0.211

(0.377 to 1.241)

Urban/Rural Status

Peri-urban

0.883

0.498

1.042

0.838

(0.699 to 1.554)

Rural

0.654

0.017

0.941

0.768

(0.628 to 1.410)

Urban*

1

1

SqrtKmToNearestClinic

per unit

0.671

< 0.001

0.728

0.002

(0.618 to 0.990)


* Weighted according to the characteristics of the underlying HIV positive population

Cooke et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:585   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-585

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