International Journal of Reproductive Medicine / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Sexual Behavior and Knowledge among Adolescents with Perinatally Acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Compared to HIV-Uninfected Adolescents at an Urban Tertiary Center in New Jersey

Table 1

Demographics and social characteristics of 127 perinatally HIV-infected (PHIV+) and HIV-uninfected adolescents (non-HIV).

PHIV+ ()Non-HIV () value
%%

Demographics
Male gender15565454>0.999
Hispanic103734340.82
African American 14525050>0.999
Others31116160.76
Age, years (mean ± SD)17 (1.7)16 (2.9)0.22
Social characteristics
Currently enrolled in school207470700.81
Arrested by police at least once3111111>0.999
Supported by family248991910.71
At least 1 parent as caregiver145272720.063
Best friends sexually active?134841410.51
Alcohol use by best friends?93352520.12

The other race/ethnicity includes white, Caribbean-American, and mixed race/ethnicity.

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