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Table 2 Univariate analysis of factors association with DR-TB patients and TB/HIV co-infection

From: Characteristics of tuberculosis patients in the integrated tuberculosis control model in Chongqing, China: a retrospective study

Variables Categories DR-TB
(N = 455)
P(χ2test) TB/HIV co-infection (N = 110) P (χ2test)
Gender Male 292 (64.2) 0.495 87 (7.3) 0.002*
Female 163 (25.90)   23 (3.70)  
Ethnicity Han 399 (23.90) 0.002* 104 (6.20) 0.292
Others 56 (35.70)   6 (3.80)  
Occupation Farmer 144 (25.50) < 0.001* 32 (5.70) < 0.001*
Unemployed 121 (23.70)   56 (11.00)  
Currently non-working 70 (27.20)   7 (2.70)  
Student 27 (15.50)   2 (1.10)  
Housekeeping 44 (43.60)   4 (4.00)  
Manual worker 16 (23.50)   3 (4.40)  
Others 33 (21.90)   6 (4.00)  
Living region Central urban 128 (20.60) 0.001* 51 (8.20) 0.007*
County/district 327 (27.10)   59 (4.90)  
Age ≤20 42 (18.700) 0.010* 2 (0.90) 0.005*
21–40 186 (26.90)   47 (6.80)  
41–60 173 (27.10)   46 (7.20)  
≥61 54 (19.90)   15 (5.50)  
Retreatment Yes 398 (95.20) < 0.001* 8 (1.90) < 0.001*
No 57 (4.00)   102 (7.20)  
Drug-related hepatotoxicity Yes 327 (43.70) < 0.001* 53 (7.10) 0.133
No 128 (11.90)   57 (5.30)  
Viral hepatitis Yes 10 (22.70) 0.861 2 (4.50) 1.000
No 445 (25.00)   108 (6.10)  
AIDS/HIVS Yes 9 (8.20) < 0.001*   
No 446 (26.00)    
Symptoms Typical symptoms 64 (13.80) 0.158   
  Others 48 (10.60)    
  1. Notes: Missing data were excluded.*P < 0.05.