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Table 3 Demographic and behavioral characteristics at enrollment that were significantly associated with HPV detection identified from regression models

From: A cross-sectional analysis of factors associated with detection of oncogenic human papillomavirus in human immunodeficiency virus-infected and uninfected Kenyan women

Demographical and behavioral characteristics HPV aOR/aIRRa (95% CI) P-value
Age HPV 16 0.871 (0.764–0.993) 0.039
Walking distance > 60 min to clinic ≥2 HPV types 3.212 (1.206–8.552) 0.020
Number of lifetime sexual partners Number of HPV types 1.007 (1.001–1.012) 0.026
Number of HR-HPV types 1.007 (1.001–1.013) 0.018
Number of lifetime pregnancies HR-HPV types 0.706 (0.565–0.883) 0.002
IARC HR-HPV types 0.624 (0.486–0.801) <.001
Non-HPV 16 A9 types 0.714 (0.523–0.975) 0.034
A7 HPV types 0.733 (0.538–0.998) 0.049
  1. aAdjusted odds ratio or adjusted Incidence rate ratio