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Table 4 Use of partner HIV counseling and testing services after COC compared to baseline partner HIV testing rates in the four study sites (2008).

From: Couple-oriented prenatal HIV counseling for HIV primary prevention: an acceptability study

  Cameroon DR Georgia India Total
  n % n % n % n % n %
Baseline * N = 394   N = 1049   N = 256   N = 1137   N = 2836  
Partner HIV testing* 3 0.7 41 3.9 3 1.2 30 2.6 77 2.7
Post-intervention** N = 23     N = 30   N = 30   N = 83  
Partner individual counseling 9 39.1 -- -- 9 30 0 0 18 21.7
Couple counseling 5 21.7 -- -- 3 10 7 23.3 15 18.1
Partner HIV testing 14 60.8 -- -- 11 36 5 16.6 30 36.1
  1. Cameroon = Centre Mère-Enfant (Yaounde), DR = Los Mina Hospital (Santo Domingo), Georgia = Maternity Hospital N°5 (Tbilisi), India = Sane Guruji Hospital (Pune).
  2. COC = couple-oriented HIV counseling
  3. -- No data
  4. * Estimated from local registers. Partners of "women tested over a 3-month period between June 2007 and January 2008".
  5. ** Partners of women having received COC.