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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of study population (n = 534)

From: A community-based assessment of correlates of facility delivery among HIV-infected women in western Kenya

Characteristic HIV-infected (n = 216) HIV-uninfected (n = 318)
N(%) or median (IQR) N(%) or median (IQR)
Age* (n = @215) 29 (25–32) 25 (22–30)
Married* 194 (89.8) 299 (94.0)
> primary education* (n = ^317) 112 (51.9) 152 (48.0)
Employed (n = @214; ^317) 77 (35.7) 141 (44.5)
Economic     
Income ≥ US $25 (n = @82; ^150) 33 (40.2) 59 (39.3)
Don’t know 129 (59.7) 166 (52.2)
Missing 5 (2.3) 2 (0.6)
Own mobile phone* (n = ^317) 152 (70.4) 234 (73.8)
Own radio 140 (64.8) 236 (74.2)
Own bicycle 129 (59.7) 195 (61.3)
Obstetric     
Attend ANC* 209 (96.8) 301 (94.7)
Gestation at 1st ANC visit (months)* (n = @215; ^294) 5 (4–6) 5 (4–6)
No of ANC visits* (n = @202; ^282) 3 (3–4) 3 (3–4)
No of children 4 (3–6) 4 (3–6)
Para < 5 117 (54.2) 197 (62.0)
Pregnancy loss (n = ^317) 30 (13.9) 33 (10.4)
Partner     
Know partner status (n = ^178) 129 (59.7) 178 (56.0)
Partner HIV-infected 92 (71.3) 10 (5.6)
Very satisfied with delivery care (n = @204; ^315) 135 (66.2) 210 (66.7)
Facility delivery 77 (77.0) 94 (74.6)
  1. n = 216 among HIV infected and 318 among HIV-uninfected women unless otherwise indicated by @ (HIV-infected) or ^ (HIV-uninfected).
  2. *Previously reported [20].