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Research Article

Liver Enzymes Abnormalities among Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Experienced and HAART Naïve HIV-1 Infected Patients at Debre Tabor Hospital, North West Ethiopia: A Comparative Cross-Sectional Study

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of study participants, 2013.

CharacteristicsHAART status
On HAART (%)HAART naive (%)

Sex
 Male 74 (45.1)53 (32.3)
 Female 90 (54.9)111 (67.7)

Age in years
 <2512 (7.3)32 (19.5)
 25–3459 (36.0)58 (35.4)
 35–4459 (36.0)43 (26.2)
 >4434 (20.7)31 (18.9)

Education
 Illiterate60 (36.6)77 (47.0)
 Elementary52 (31.7)41 (25.0)
 High school29 (17.7)21 (12.8)
 College & above23 (14.0)25 (15.2)

Marital status
 Single 32 (19.5)30 (18.3)
 Married74 (45.1)72 (43.9)
 Divorced29 (17.7)39 (23.8)
 Widowed29 (17.7)23 (14.0)

Residence
 Rural32 (19.5)50 (30.5)
 Urban132 (80.5)114 (69.5)

HAART: highly active antiretroviral therapy.

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