Volume 14, Number 6—June 2008
Syphilis and Hepatitis B Co-infection among HIV-Infected, Sex-Trafficked Women and Girls, Nepal
|HIV status||HIV status, no. (%)||Syphilis and/or hepatitis B positive, no. (%)*||Syphilis and hepatitis B negative, no. (%)*||McNemar test statistic||OR, 95% CI†|
|Positive||74 (30.1)||26 (35.1)||48 (64.9)||5.33, p<0.05||1.78 (1.11–2.85)|
|Negative||172 (69.9)||27 (15.7)||145 (84.3)||Referent|
|Total||246||53 (21.5)‡||193 (78.5)‡|
*Percentages based on HIV serostatus.
†OR, odds ratio, CI, confidence interval.
‡Percentages based on total sample tested for HIV, syphilis, or hepatitis B.
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