HIV prevalence and multivariate predictors of prevalent HIV infection in Masaka, Kilifi and Nairobi.
2015-01-20T03:03:42Z (GMT) by
<p>PR: Prevalence Ratio, CI: Confidence Interval, ref: reference group, NA: data were not collected at this CRC, NS: data were not significant predictors of prevalent HIV in multivariate modeling</p><p><sup>*</sup> In Masaka condom use was measured with the question: Have you and your partner ever used a condom (yes/no), and if so, how often do you use a condom (Always, more than half of the time, about half of the time, rarely or less than half of the time)? In Kilifi: In the past 12 months, have you used a condom never, sometimes or always during sex? In Kangemi: Have you used a condom before (yes/no)?</p><p><sup>**</sup> Due to collinearity in the covariates, model failed to converge with discharge and ulcers considered together</p><p><sup>***</sup> In Kangemi, all volunteers were sexually active, but not all volunteers were sexually active in the past 7 days</p><p>HIV prevalence and multivariate predictors of prevalent HIV infection in Masaka, Kilifi and Nairobi.</p>