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Table 2 Changes in condom use and HIV testing

From: Exposure to HIV prevention programmes associated with improved condom use and uptake of HIV testing by female sex workers in Nagaland, Northeast India

  2006 % (95% CI) 2009 % (95% CI) Unadjusted OR (95% CI) Adjusted ORa(95% CI)
Condom use with occasional clients     
- last time 35.2 (31.8-41.4) 72.4 (65.0-78.8) 4.83*** (3.48-6.70) 4.97*** (3.47-7.12)
- every time 11.0 (8.7-15.3) 32.7 (25.8-39.5) 3.94*** (2.66-5.84) 3.58*** (2.36-5.43)
Condom use with regular clients     
- last time 25.8 (22.1-31.6) 57.7 (51.9-63.8) 3.93*** (2.93-5.29) 4.31*** (3.09-6.01)
- every time 5.5 (3.8-7.8) 19.7 (15.6-25.4) 4.22*** (2.59-6.88) 4.31*** (2.56-7.27)
Condom use with main non-paying partner     
- last time 13.4 (9.7 – 16.5) 36.4 (25.9-40.0) 3.71*** (2.53-5.42) 3.85*** (2.54-5.82)
Wanted to use condom with client but did not at least once in past month 55.8 (51.2-60.5) 43.7 (38.0-48.8) 0.62** (0.47-0.82) 0.73* (0.54-0.99)
Ever had HIV test 8.9 (6.6-12.3) 29.1 (25.1-35.5) 4.21*** (2.83-6.24) 4.32*** (2.82-6.62)
  1. a Adjusted for age, literacy, duration in sex work, and client volume. The odds ratios were generated using round as a predictor variable.
  2. *p<0.05, ** p<0.01, *** p<0.001.