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Table 2 Associations from univariate and multivariable logistic regression models between demographic and clinical factors and retention in care in 2011

From: People with diagnosed HIV infection not attending for specialist clinical care: UK national review

  Univariate analysis: Multivariable analysis of summary data for 308 cases, 3080 controls: Multivariable analysis of extended data for 136 cases, 2313 controls:
Odds ratio (95 % CI) Odds ratio (95 % CI) Odds ratio (95 % CI)
Sex:    
Male Ref Ref Ref
Female 1.30 (1.02–1.64) 0.83 (0.61–1.14) 1.19 (0.73–1.93)
Age:    
16–19 0.92 (0.11–7.63) 0.79 (0.09–6.66) 1.34 (0.12–14.51)
20–29 Ref Ref Ref
30–29 0.76 (0.52–1.09) 0.70 (0.48–1.01) 0.89 (0.49–1.62)
40–49 0.52 (0.36–0.76) 0.48 (0.33–0.71) 0.89 (0.48–1.62)
50–59 0.57 (0.37–0.90) 0.56 (0.35–0.88) 0.54 (0.24–1.21)
60+ 0.36 (0.17–0.75) 0.39 (0.18–0.82) 0.73 (0.23–2.32)
Ethnicity:    
White Ref Ref Ref
Black-African 1.67 (1.32–2.11) 1.66 (1.14–2.43) 1.66 (0.92–2.97)
Likely mode of HIV acquisition:    
Male homosexual Ref Ref Ref
Heterosexual 1.52 (1.19–1.94) 1.14 (0.75–1.73) 1.33 (0.69–2.58)
Year of diagnosis:   Not in summary data  
2008 or earlier Ref   Ref
2009–10 2.23 (1.52–3.25)   1.03 (0.65–1.62)
ART before 2012:   Not in summary data  
History of ART Ref   Ref
No ART 9.15 (6.47–12.93)   12.12 (7.87–18.64)
Last CD4 T-cell count in 2011 2010 (cells/mm3)   Not in summary data  
0–200 Ref   Ref
201–350 0.79 (0.41–1.51)   0.70 (0.34–1.45)
351–500 0.39 (0.20–0.74)   0.24 (0.11–0.52)
500+ 0.36 (0.20–0.66)   0.26 (0.13–0.52)