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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics, pregnancy care processes, and outcomes among female participants who had a pregnancy during the course of the study

From: Utilization of prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services among pregnant women in HIV care in Uganda: a 24-month cohort of women from pre-conception to post-delivery

Variable N/mean N = 127a Percentage/SD
Age (years) 31.7 SD = 6.0
Education (any secondary schooling) 51 40.2%
Married to partner 46 36.2%
HIV status of partner
 Negative 39 30.7%
 Positive 45 35.4%
 Unknown 43 33.9%
Partner is aware of respondent’s HIV status 94 74.0%
Baseline CD4 count 449 SD = 303
Months since HIV diagnosis 63.4 SD = 50.9
On ART at baseline 78 61.4%
Number of children prior to enrollment 2.5 SD = 1.5
Communicated with provider about desire to have a child 79/115 68.7%
Received ANC during pregnancy 73/121 60.3%
Received PMTCT ART during pregnancy 103/124 83.1%
Outcome of first pregnancy during study
 Successful delivery 55 43.3%
 Miscarriage 67 52.8%
 Induced abortion 1 .8%
 Still birth 1 .8%
 Still pregnant at end of study (outcome undetermined) 3 2.4%
  1. aThe percent values represent the percentages of the participants out of the total sample