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Symptom Status Predicts Patient Outcomes in Persons with HIV and Comorbid Liver Disease

Table 2

Measure comparisons by model variable for HIV and HIV + LD groups.

Variable measureOverall ( )
  
Group Statistic
HIV ( )HIV + LD ( )  
n (%)/M (SD)n (%)/M (SD)n (%)/M (SD) Chi-sq/t-test
df ValueP value

Biological/physiological factors
 CD4 count455.94 (303.97)492.25 (341.98)435.43 (316.30)Mann-Whitney−2.01.044
 HIV viral loadPearson (1)3.35.067
  Detectable199 (41.1)102 (37.5)97 (45.8)
  Undetectable285 (58.9)170 (62.5)115 (54.2)
Symptom status
 Beck depression inventory-II14.94 (11.54)13.89 (11.68)16.34 (11.22)525−2.42.016
 MOS-HIV mental summary score45.44 (12.06)46.77 (12.24)43.63 (11.59)5202.96.003
Functional status
 Missed appointmentsPearson (1).835.361
  Yes172 (33.0)94 (31.3)78 (35.1)
  No350 (67.0)206 (68.7)144 (64.9)
 MOS-HIV physical summary score41.80 (11.62)43.47 (11.28)39.51 (11.72)5203.90<.001
 Perception of illness0.74 (0.19).74 (.18).731 (.19)524.72.470
 MOS-HIV health transition score3.34 (1.02)3.39 (1.01)3.27 (1.02)5241.34.182
Overall quality of life
 Satisfaction with life scale3.57 (1.49)3.63 (1.44)3.49 (1.56)5171.08.280

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