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Table 5 Associations of Adherenced with Log- viral load, Stratified by ART Type among Criminal Justice-Involved (STTR) and Routine Clinical Care (CNICS) Study Samplesa

From: Self-reported antiretroviral therapy adherence and viral load in criminal justice-involved populations

  Mean VASc Coeff 95% CI P-value Interaction P-value1
STTR N = 234b
 STTR Overall 87 −0.17 − 0.37,0.03 0.09 NA
  NNRTI (n = 72) 86 −0.16 −0.47, 0.14 0.30 Ref
  PI (n = 125) 89 −0.21 −0.52, 0.10 0.18 0.82
  INSTI (n = 12) 87 0.55 −0.43, 1.53 0.27 0.17
  Other/Combo (n = 25) 78 −0.31 −0.77, 0.14 0.18 0.60
CNICS N = 11,698
 CNICS Overall 92 −0.42 −0.45, − 0.38 < 0.001 NA
  NNRTI (n = 3347) 94 − 0.28 − 0.35, − 0.21 < 0.001 Ref
  PI (n = 2979) 90 − 0.42 −0.49, − 0.35 < 0.001 0.004
  INSTI (n = 2626) 93 − 0.35 − 0.42, − 0.27 < 0.001 0.20
  Combination/Other (n = 2746) 91 − 0.51 −0.58, − 0.43 < 0.001 < 0.001
  1. 1Interaction P-value for the test of whether the regression coefficient for the given ART type is different than that for NNRTI
  2. aLinear regressions of Log VL on adherence, adjusted for age, sex, and study indicator, stratified by ART type in the criminal justice and routine care samples
  3. bn = 180 had missing ART type
  4. cMean VAS was not significantly different by regimen in STTR (p = 0.08), and was significantly different by regimen in CNICS (p < 0.001)
  5. dAdherence measured in 10% increments of the VAS