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Table 3 Binary and multiple cox regression analysis of factors associated with death, Gurage zone, 2019

From: The effect of “universal test and treat” program on HIV treatment outcomes and patient survival among a cohort of adults taking antiretroviral treatment (ART) in low income settings of Gurage zone, South Ethiopia

PredictorsOutcomeCHR (95% CI)p valueAHR (95% CI)p value
DiedCensored
Age484521.05 (1.01–1.08)0.0021.05 (1.01–1.08)0.008
Sex
 Male201441   
 Female283081.54 (1.13–2.08)0.006  
Residence
 Rural361842.7 (1.73–4.2)0.0002.42 (1.5–3.8)0.000
 Urban122681 1 
Marital status      
 Single4741   
 Married222420.78 (0.47–1.08)0.3 
 Divorced221361.01 (0.92–1.21)0.26 
Educational status
 Illiterate261681.35 (0.99,1.83)0.05 
 Literate222941   
 Weight484520.95 (0.94–1.06)0.9 
WHO stage
 Stage I41141   
 Stage II41241.04 (0.13–5.3)0.8 
 Stage III381921.05 (0.12–4.1)0.7 
 Stage IV2221.1 (0.2–6.1)0.9 
Program
 UTT121921 1 
 Differed362603.45 (1.7–7.2)0.0014.13 (1.86–9.17)0.000
New OIS
 Yes12282.87 (2.03–4.07)0.0003.66 (2.4–5.6)0.000
 No364241 1 
Treatment failure
 Yes181211.34 (5.8–22) 3.8 (1.8–8.4)0.000
 No304401 1 
Treatment switch
 Yes261.2 (0.6–2.5)0.6 
 No464461   
Base line CD4 count484520.99 (0.99–1.1)0.060.996 (0.993–0.999)0.017