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Table 1 Demographic and clinical characteristics of mothers and their infants at delivery according to maternal HIV serostatus (n = 130)

From: Impact of elevated maternal HIV viral load at delivery on T-cell populations in HIV exposed uninfected infants in Mozambique

  HIV-infected HIV-uninfected P
N = 74 N = 56
Parity (n, %)      
primigravidae 14 18.92 11 19.64 0.917
multigravidae 60 81.08 45 80.36  
Age (yrs) [median (IQR)]   25 (22–30)   23 (20–31) 0.335
Low Birth weight, (n, %) 3 4.17 1 1.82 0.453
Birth weight (gr) [median (IQR)]   3000 (2800–3300)   3100 (2900–3350) 0.253
Sex, (n, %)      
male 42 56.76 23 41.07 0.077
female 32 43.24 33 58.03  
Maternal HIV RNA log10* (copies/mL) [median (IQR)]   3.91 (2.97-4.67)   NA  
Maternal CD4 counts (cells/μl) [median (IQR)]   624 (495–837)   NA  
  1. IQR: interquartile range.
  2. *Analysis is based on n = 63 infants with maternal HIV RNA measures available.