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Research Article

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

Table 3

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

HIV HBV HIV HCV
ParametersOR95% CI valueOR95% CI value

Blood transfusion0.240.12–0.44Age1.041.00–1.09
Female sex worker5.250.82–33.600.0797Marital status (married)0.180.01–2.820.2263
General population0.0000Marital status (unmarried)0.230.01–5.140.3560
Housewife0.0000Marital status (widowed)0.9905
Intravenous drug user1.450.28–7.350.6512CD4 count > 200 cells/mm30.190.06–0.52
Male sex worker2.080.48–8.890.3230
General spouse0.0000
Spouse of intravenous drug user0.00000.9953
Spouse of migrant4.010.92–17.40

is considered as significant.

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