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Table 2 Multivariable predictors of mortality among persons diagnosed with AIDS in San Francisco, 1996–2006 (N = 6163)*

From: Impact of housing on the survival of persons with AIDS

Characteristics Adjusted Relative Hazard 95% Confidence Limits
Homeless at AIDS diagnosis   
   No Referent  
   Yes 1.20 1.03, 1.41
Gender   
   Male Referent  
   Female 0.80 0.65, 0.98
   Transgender 1.14 0.87, 1.51
Age at diagnosis (years)   
   <40 Referent  
   ≥ 40 1.67 1.50, 1.86
Race/ethnicity   
   White Referent  
   African American 0.96 0.83, 1.10
   Latino 0.83 0.70, 0.98
   Asian/Pacific Islander/Native American/Other 0.77 0.59, 0.99
Risk group   
   Men who have sex with men Referent  
   Injection drug user 1.88 1.59, 2.23
   Men who have sex with men and inject drugs 1.52 1.32, 1.76
   Heterosexual/Other 1.48 1.14, 1.93
Insurance status   
   Private Referent  
   Public 2.12 1.82, 2.48
   None 1.60 1.39, 1.84
Initial AIDS diagnosis   
   CD4 count < 200 cells/mm3 Referent  
   Opportunistic illness 1.41 1.24, 1.60
CD4 count at diagnosis 0.90 0.88, 0.92
Ever received highly active antiretroviral therapy   
   No Referent  
   Yes 0.82 0.72, 0.93
Ever received prophylaxis against Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia   
   No Referent  
   Yes 0.89 0.80, 1.00
Ever received prophylaxis against Mycobacterium avium complex   
   No Referent  
   Yes 0.94 0.83, 1.07
  1. * Excludes cases without follow-up or with missing values.
  2. † Included as a continuous variable using incremental categories of 50 cells.