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Table 2 Hepatitis C Virus infection associated factors among pregnant women attending ante-natal clinics in Rwanda, 2011

From: Hepatitis C virus and HIV co-infection among pregnant women in Rwanda

  Bivariate Multivariable
cOR p-value [95% CI] aOR p-value [95% CI]
Age group
 15–24 years       
 25–49 years 1.19 0.14 [0.95,1.50] -   
Education
 Illiterate/primary       
 Secondary/University 0.65 0.04 [0.43,0.98] 0.69 0.10 [0.45,1.07]
Marital status
 Single       
 Married/cohabiting 1.07 0.70 [0.75,1.53] -   
 Divorced/Separated/Widow 1.61 0.23 [0.74,3.52] -   
Employment
 Salaried       
 Non-salaried   0.04 [1.00,5.12] 1.87 0.15 [0.80,4.40]
Residence
 Rural       
 Urban 1.21 0.09 [0.97,1.51] 1.28 0.03 [1.02,1.60]
Pregnancies
 1 Pregnancy       
 2-3 pregnancies 1.02 0.87 [0.79,1.33] -   
 4-5 Pregnancies 0.99 0.97 [0.72,1.37] -   
  > = 6 Pregnancies 1.09 0.65 [0.75,1.59] -   
HIV status
 Negative       
 Positive 1.18 0.57 [0.67,2.07] -   
  1. NB: If the bivariate p-value was >0.1 – variable was not included in multivariable analysis