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Table 1 Characteristics of patients. The overall samples size was 661. Sample sizes are given for each variable to reflect missing data

From: Initiation of hepatitis C treatment in two rural Rwandan districts: a mobile clinic approach

Factor Not reached by mobile clinic Reached by mobile clinic p-value
  N = 232 N = 429  
PIH Supported Site    0.030
 Kayonza 54 (28.7%) 134 (71.3%)  
 Kirehe 178 (37.6%) 295 (62.4%)  
Sex (N = 655)    0.77
 Female 160 (35.5%) 291 (64.5%)  
 Male 70 (34.3%) 134 (65.7%)  
Age (years), median IQR 60 (48–72) 62 (50.5–70) 0.46
Ubudehe (N = 474)    0.16
 Category 1 25 (26.3%) 70 (73.7%)  
 Category 2 29 (17.2%) 140 (82.8%)  
 Category 3 50 (24.4%) 155 (75.6%)  
 Not known 0 (0.0%) 5 (100.0%)  
Insurance Status (N = 501)    0.54
 No insurance 0 (0.0%) 1 (100.0%)  
 CBHI/Mutuelle 74 (15.1%) 416 (84.9%)  
 RSSB 0 (0.0%) 9 (100.0%)  
 Other 0 (0.0%) 1 (100.0%)  
Marital Status (N = 492)    0.74
 Single 8 (21.1%) 30 (78.9%)  
 Married or Cohabitating 40 (14.6%) 234 (85.4%)  
 Widowed 25 (14.6%) 146 (85.4%)  
 Divorced 1 (11.1%) 8 (88.9%)  
Profession category (N = 449)    0.22
 Farmer 59 (14.3%) 353 (85.7%)  
 Unskilled Labor 2 (13.3%) 13 (86.7%)  
 Skilled Labor 0 (0.0%) 2 (100.0%)  
 Professional 0 (0.0%) 12 (100.0%)  
 Student 3 (37.5%) 5 (62.5%)  
Telephone recorded at screening (N = 661)    < 0.001
 No 123 (57.7%) 90 (42.3%)  
 Yes 109 (24.3%) 339 (75.7%)  
Full address collected at screening (N = 661)    < 0.001
 No 108 (75.5%) 35 (24.5%)  
 Yes 124 (23.9%) 394 (76.1%)  
Screened during September 2019    < 0.001
 Yes 59 (14.2%) 357 (85.8%)  
 No 173 (70.6%) 72 (29.4%)