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Epidemiological Profile and Risk Factors for Acquiring HBV and/or HCV in HIV-Infected Population Groups in Nepal

Table 2

Univariate analysis of factors affecting HBV and HCV infection in 579 HIV-infected subjects in Nepal.

Parameters HIV HBV coinfection HIV HCV coinfection
OR valueOR value

Age (years)
≤4011
>400.888
BMI0.8640.209
Gender
F11
M0.2750.707
Transgender0.990.991
Geography
Baglung11
Banke0.377
Chitwan0.0778
Kailali0.1633
Kaski0.1973
Kathmandu0.1496
Tanahun0.5506
Regime
1st11
2nd0.439
Key population
Labour migrants111
Blood transfusion1
Female sex worker0.08831
Intravenous drug user0.65190.99
Male sex worker2.01 (0.49–10.13)0.330.99
Spouse of labour migrants1
Transvertical0.12531
Viral load0.707
HCV status
Negative
Positive0.0896
HBV status
Negative
Positive0.0896
Education
Illiterate
Postsecondary0.4570.131
Primary0.5110.316
Secondary0.5170.674
Marital status
Divorced1
Married
Unmarried0.0808
Widowed10.9894
ART duration (≥3 years)0.946
CD4 count
<20011
>2000.214

is considered as significant.

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