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Table 4 Logistic Regression

From: Neurocognitive impairment in treatment-experienced adults living with HIV attending primary care clinics in Zimbabwe

 TotalUnivariable analysisAdjusted Analysis
N%OR95% Clp-valueOR95% Clp-value
HIV status    0.001*  0.005
 Negative7632.9%1.00  1.00  
 positive15567.1%3.701.96–6.99 2.671.35–5.27 
Sex    0.040*  0.277
 Male4629.7%0.480.24–0.97 0.700.37–1.32 
 Female10970.3%1.00  1.00  
Education    0.040*  0.002
 7 years3019.4%1.00  1.00  
 8 to 10 years5233.6%0.400.15–1.03 0.400.19–1.05 
 11–13 years6240.0%0.380.15–0.95 0.350.16–0.79 
 14 and above117.1%0.100.17–0.53 0.050.10–0.25 
Age    0.700   
 18–253120.0%1.00     
 26–458252.9%1.160.51–2.65    
 46 and above4227.1%1.470.57–3.73    
Time since ART Initiation    0.440   
 6 months and less159.8%1.00     
 7 to 24 months1912.4%0.880.29–3.52    
 25 to 48 months2214.4%1.250.33–4.73    
 49 months and above9763.4%1.770.59–5.37    
Time Since Diagnosis    0.900   
 6 months and less138.6%1.00     
 7 to 24 months2113.9%0.640.16–2.58    
 25 to 48 months1912.6%0.770.19–3.17    
 49 months and above9864.9%0.890.28–2.85    
Marital Status    0.240   
 Divorced/Widowed4730.3%1.00     
 Married/Partner6240.0%0.980.46–2.10    
 Single3421.9%0.500.20–1.23    
Repeated Grade    0.340   
 No11775.5%1.00     
 Yes2818.1%0.670.29–1.53    
Employment Status    0.160   
 Permanent2516.1%1.00     
 Self Employed2214.2%1.230.38–4.00    
 Student31.94%0.880.07–11.22    
 Unemployed9561.3%2.440.98–1.27    
  1. *Statistically significant factors (i.e. <= 0.05) in the logistic regression model were adjusted for