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Table 4 Logistic regression model for assessing the effect of TB co-infection on clinical failure, December 2011–August 2012, JUSH, Ethiopia

From: Outcomes of highly active antiretroviral therapy and its predictors: a cohort study focusing on tuberculosis co-infection in South West Ethiopia

Logistic regression Follow up time in months
At 6 months of follow up visits At 12 months of follow up visits
Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
OR (95 % CI) P AOR (95 % CI) P AOR (95 % CI) P AOR (95 % CI) P
Variables
 TB status at base line
  Absent Reference Reference Reference   Reference  
  Present 3.0 (1.90–4.64) 0.001 2.90 (1.41–6.09) 0.028 4.62 (2.79–7.64) <0.001 2.93 (1.41–6.09) 0.004
 Employment status at base line
  Work fulltime Reference Reference Reference Reference
  Work parttime 4.62 (1.89–11.74) 0.005 5.48 (1.96–15.39) 0.042 5.68 (2.01–16.13) 0.001 6.07 (1.63–22.65) 0.007
 Drug addiction behavior at base line
  Absent Reference Reference   Reference Reference
  Present 1.24 (0.98–4.55) 0.076 1.20 (0.78–3.65) 0.086 1.71 (1.09–2.67) 0.020 1.76 (1.02–3.03) 0.041
 Base line WHO stage
  I/II Reference Reference Reference   
  III 16.30 (7.87–33.70) 0.001 17.83 (7.44–42.7) <0.001 8.72 (4.01–19.03) <0.001 6.58 (3.03–16.08) <0.001
  IV 16.44 (7.05–38.37) 0.001 17.06 (5.12–56.80) <0.001 19.17 (7.82–46.97) <0.001 6.98 (2.09–22.64) 0.002
 Baseline functional status
  Working Reference Reference Reference   
  Ambulatory 3.74 (2.49–5.62) 0.001 1.86 (1.05–3.28) 0.034 3.58 (2.26–5.67) 0.001 2.56 (3.47–8.98) 0.075