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Table 2 Factors associated with sustained viral response in a cohort of 236 prisoners

From: Personality disorders do not affect treatment outcomes for chronic HCV infection in Spanish prisoners: the Perseo study

    Bivariate analysis Multivariate analysis
Variable Overall n = 236 SVR n = 123 (52.1 %) OR p-value p-value AOR (95 % CI)
Age group (years)       
 20–29 15 7 (46.7) 1    
 30–39 94 53 (56.4) 0.68 0.48   
 40–49 102 53 (52.0) 0.81 0.70   
 ≥50 25 10 (40.0) 1.31 0.68   
Sex       
 Male 219 114 (52.1) 1    
 Female 17 9 (54.9) 0.96 0.94   
HIV infection       
 Yes 62 28 (45.2) 1.46 0.20   
 No 174 95 (54.6) 1    
Genotype       
 1 or 4 141 62 (44.0) 1    1
 2 or 3 95 61 (64.2) 0.44 0.002 0.003 0.26–0.76
History of alcohol abuse       
 Yes 54 31 (57.4) 0.76 0.38   
 No 182 92 (50.5) 1    
History of IDU       
 Yes 187 98 (52.4) 0.95 0.86   
 No 49 25 (51.0) 1    
BVL       
 Low 88 53 (60.2) 1   0.04 1.01–3.04
 High 148 70 (47.3) 1.69 0.05   1
Personality disorder       
 Yes 129 67 (51.9) 0.82 0.55   
 No 49 23 (46.9) 1    
Not available 58 33 (56.9) ---    
  1. SVR Sustained viral response, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, IDU injecting drug user, BVL baseline viral load, PD personality disorder, AOR adjusted odds ratio