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Table 1 Prevalence of HBV and HIV infections among young women aged from 15 to 24 years seeking abortion care at Bahir Dar city, 2015 (n = 360)

From: Prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus and hepatitis B virus infections in young women seeking abortion care in Ethiopia: a cross - sectional study

Demographic variables HBsAg P-value HIV status P-value
Positive N (%) Negative N (%) Positive N (%) Negative N (%)
Residence
 Urban 6 (2) 287 (98) 1.00 8 (2.72) 286 (97.3) 0.49
 Rural 1 (1.5) 65 (98.5)   1 (1.5) 65 (98.8)  
Age in years
 15–17 1 (16.7) 5 (83.3) 0.02 0 6 (100)  
 18–20 1 (0.8) 119 (99.2)   1 (0.8) 120 (99.2)  
 21–24 5 (2.1) 228 (97.9)   8 (3.4) 225 (96.6) 0.31
Religion
 Orthodox 7 (2.1) 326 (97.9)   9 (2.7) 325 (97.3) 0.69
 Protestant 0 11 (100)   0 11 (100)  
 Muslim 0 15 (100)   0 15 (100)  
Educational status
 Illiterate 0 33 (100) 0.12 4 (12.9) 29 (87.1) <0.001
 Grade 1–6 2 (10) 18 (90)   3 (15) 17 (85)  
 Grade 7–8 0 33 (100)   0 33 (100)  
 Grade 9–12 2 (1.3) 151 (98.7)   1 (0.7) 152 (99.3)  
 University students 1 (2.1) 47 (97.9)   1 (2) 48 (98)  
 Diploma & above 2 (2.8) 70 (97.2)   0 71 (100)  
Marital status
 Single 6 (2) 286 (98) 0.26 6 (2) 287 (98)  
 Married 0 54 (100)   1 (1.9) 53 (98.1)  
 Divorced 1 (10) 10 (90)   2 (18.2) 9 (81.8) 0.009
 Other 0 2 (100)   0 2 (100)  
Occupation
 Students 2 (1.7) 116 (98.3) 0.67 1 (0.9) 117 (99.1)  
 Employees 4 (3) 129 (97)   5 (3.8) 128 (96.2) 0.39
 House wife 0 21 (100)   0 21 (100)  
 Other 1 (1.1) 87 (98.9)   3 (3.4) 85 (96.6)  
Total 7 (1.94) 353 (98.1)   9 (2.5) 351 (97.5)  
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