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Table 1 Socioeconomic factors, attitudes, and antenatal care use in delivered women with and without an HIV positive test, Aracaju-2005

From: Factors associated with HIV infection among delivered women in Sergipe, Brazil

Variables cases controls    
  n % n % *OR *IC p**
Occupation        0.094
Employed 20 51.3 42 35.9 1.88 0.84 – 4.17  
Unemployed 19 48.7 75 64.1    
Marital status        0.164
Without partner 16 41.0 33 28.2 1.77 0.77 – 4.00  
With partner 23 59.0 84 71.8    
Age        0.161
≥19 years 37 94.6 100 85.5 3.14 0.69 – 29.41  
<19 years 2 5.1 17 14.5    
Knowledge about HIV prevention        0.062
No 22 56.4 45 38.5 2.07 0.93 – 4.63  
Yes 17 43.6 72 61.5    
Schooling        0.238
≤ 4 years 16 41.0 35 29.9 1.63 0.71 – 3.67  
> 4 years 23 59.0 82 70.1    
Income        0.140
Without income 15 38.5 62 53.0 1.80 0.81 – 4.08  
With income 24 61.5 55 47.0    
Number of partners        0.332
1 39 100.0 112 95.7 2.30 0.31 – ∞  
>1 0 0 5 4.3    
Intravenous drug use        0.015
No 36 92.3 117 100.0 12.08 1.28 – ∞  
Yes 3 7.7 0 0    
Antenatal care        0.058
No 7 17.9 8 6.8 2.98 0.84 – 10.15  
Yes 32 82.1 109 93.2    
Antenatal HIV test        <0.001
No 24 61.5 31 26.5 4.44 1.93 – 10.29  
Yes 15 38.5 86 73.5    
Total 39   117     
  1. * Reference: 2nd category
  2. Exact Logistic Regression
  3. ** Fisher exact test