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Table 2 Determinants of IPT completion among PLHIV adjust for clustering at health facilities

From: Determinants of isoniazid preventive therapy completion among people living with HIV attending care and treatment clinics from 2013 to 2017 in Dar es Salaam Region, Tanzania. A cross-sectional analytical study

VariableCPR(95%CI)ICCP-valueAPR(95%CI)P-valueICC
Age category
 15–240.97(0.90–1.05)8.5%0.4390.97(0.89–1.04)0.336 
 25–340.94(0.89–0.98) 0.0030.94(0.89–0.98)0.010 
 35–440.97(0.94–1.01) 0.0910.97(0.94–1.01)0.182 
  ≥ 45Reference  Reference  
Sex
 FemaleReference  Reference  
 Male1.01(0.97–1.04)8.5%0.7100.99(0.96–1.03)0.876 
Years of IPT
 2013Reference  Reference  
 20140.93(0.85–1.02) 0.1210.92(0.84–1.02)0.101 
 20150.98(0.89–1.08) 0.7360.98(0.89–1.07)0.621 
 20161.26(1.16–1.38) < 0.0011.24(1.14–1.36)< 0.001 
 20171.37(1.25–1.50)6.3%< 0.0011.34(1.22–1.47)< 0.001 
Marital status
 Married/cohabitingReference  Reference  
 Single0.98(0.95–1.02) 0.384   
 Divorced/widowed1.01(0.96–1.05)8.5%0.944   
Health facility ownership
 PublicReference  Reference  
 Private1.16(0.99–1.36)7.9%0.0671.11(0.97–1.26)0.144 
ARV status
 On ARVReference  Reference  
 Not on ARV0.50(0.42–0.59)8.3%< 0.0010.54(0.45–0.64)< 0.001 
WHO stage
 IReference  Reference  
 II0.98(0.94–1.03) 0.5530.98(0.94–1.04)0.613 
 III1.01(0.96–1.04) 0.9860.98(0.94–1.02)0.376 
 IV0.99(0.93–1.06)8.4%0.9070.97(0.91–1.04)0.455 
CD4 counts in cells/mm3
  < 100Reference  Reference  
 100–3490.96(0.93–0.99) 0.0220.97(0.94–1.01)0.083 
  ≥ 3500.94(0.90–0.98)8.5%0.0070.96(0.92–1.01)0.085 
Client visit status
 Attending in the clinics at which client was initially enrolled in HIV careReference  Reference  
 Missing appointments0.87(0.76–1.01) 0.0680.88(0.76–1.02)0.098 
 Transferred to another clinics within Dar es Salaam0.63(0.60–0.71)8.5%< 0.0010.63(0.54–0.74)< 0.0015.8%
  1. Key CPR-Crude prevalence ratio, CI-Confidence interval and APR-Adjusted prevalence ratio; ICC: Intra cluster correlation
  2. Other adjusted covariates are: functional status and visit type