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Table 1 Patient demographics and liver disease factors predicting the presence or absence of familial clustering of HCV using univariate logistic regression analysis

From: Risk factors for familial clustering of hepatitis C virus infection in a Chinese Han population: a cross-sectional study

Parameters Familial Clustering OR 95%CI P value
Yes n = 59 (%) No n = 938(%) L U
Gender    0.846 0.500 1.432 0.534
 Male 30(50.8) 516(55.0)     
 Female 29(49.2) 422(45.0)     
Age, median years (Q1,Q3) 43(37,53) 46(37,56) 0.990 0.971 1.010 0.338
Cirrhosis    0.144 0.020 1.054 0.056
 Yes 1(1.7) 100(10.7)     
 No 58(98.3) 838(89.3)     
Diagnosis time, median months (Q1,Q3) 5(1,24) 3(1,28) 1.002 0.998 1.007 0.280
Possible infected duration, median months (Q1,Q3) 203(165,244) 219(160,252) 0.999 0.996 1.002 0.593
HCV RNA, median Log10IU/ml (Q1,Q3) 6.06(5.17,6.55) 6.07(5.37,6.53) 1.030 0.788 1.347 0.826
Genotype
 1 23(39.0) 559(59.6) 1.000    
 2 23(39.0) 217(23.1) 2.576 1.415 4.688 0.002*
 3 6(10.2) 85(9.1) 1.716 0.679 4.335 0.254
 6 5(8.5) 58(6.2) 2.095 0.768 5.719 0.149
 Mixed 2(3.4) 19(2.0) 2.558 0.562 11.645 0.224