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Short-Term Rationing of Combination Antiretroviral Therapy: Impact on Morbidity, Mortality, and Loss to Follow-Up in a Large HIV Treatment Program in Western Kenya

Table 1

Enrollment sociodemographics and clinic characteristics of the comparison groups.

Variable Pre-cap group ( ), (%) Cap group ( ), (%)P value

Sex
 Male1849 (39.2)1741 (40.5)0.212
 Female2865 (60.8)2554 (59.5)
 Missing0 (0)0 (0)

Agea
 Median37.036.90.255
 IQR31.0–44.130.6–44.0
 Missing0 (0)0 (0)

Clinic locationa
 Urban2315 (49.1)2176 (50.7)0.146
 Rural2399 (50.9)2119 (49.3)
 Missing0 (0)0 (0)

Travel time to clinica
 <30 minutes1093 (23.4)962 (23.1)0.100
 30–60 minutes1467 (31.5)1400 (33.6)
 1-2 hours1266 (27.2)1127 (27.0)
 >2 hours836 (17.9)683 (16.4)
 Missing52 (1.1)123 (2.9)

WHO clinical stagea
 I637 (15.1)533 (14.5)0.780
 II839 (19.8)754 (20.6)
 III2278 (53.9)1977 (54.0)
 IV476 (11.3)400 (10.9)
 Missing484 (10.3)631 (14.7)

CD4a
 Median99.094.00.081
 IQR41.0–16338.0–161
 Missing59 (1.3)49 (1.1)

Use of Cotrimoxazole or Dapsone
 Yes3851 (81.7)3282 (76.4)<0.001
 No863 (18.3)1013 (23.6)
 Missing0 (0)0 (0)

TB treatmenta
 Yes1180 (25.0)1121 (26.1)0.246
 No3534 (75.0)3174 (73.9)
 Missing0 (0)0 (0)

aAt Enrollment.

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