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Table 3 Crude and adjusted analysis of consistent condom use for vaginal sex with the various factors

From: Heterosexual men who patronise entertainment establishments versus brothels in an Asian urban setting – which group practises riskier sexual behaviours?

Factor Crude Adjusteda
Venue type   
 Brothel Referent  
 Entertainment Establishment 0.45 (0.32 – 0.64) 0.64 (0.42 – 0.97)
Type of partner   
 Sex worker Referent  
 Casual partner 0.59 (0.28 – 1.23)
Age group (years)   
 20–39 Referent  
 40–70 1.20 (0.81 – 1.77)
Ethnicity   
 Non-Chinese Referent  
 Chinese 1.65 (0.69 – 3.95)
Marital status   
 Ever married Referent  
 Single 0.70 (0.40 – 1.22)
Housing   
 1-3 room public housing Referent  
 4-5 room public housing 1.20 (0.56 – 2.57)
 Private Property/ Condominium/ Bungalows 2.67 (1.07 – 6.68)
University education   
 No Referent  
 Yes 1.89 (0.79 – 4.50)
Alcohol use before sex   
 No Referent  
 Yes 0.62 (0.43 – 0.89) 0.67 (0.46 – 0.98)
Perceived high risk of getting HIV/STIs   
 No Referent  
 Yes 1.66 (1.10 – 2.50) 2.08 (1.30 – 3.32)
Partner asked to use condoms all the time   
 No Referent  
 Yes 5.14 (1.13 – 23.39) 5.48 (1.20 – 25.11)
  1. aIn the multivariable analysis model, all crude variables with a p value of ≤0.1 are entered into the model. Only variables which are statistically significant on the final multivariable analysis are shown in the “Adjusted” column of the table