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Table 2 Screening & diagnostic tests results for HIV, Hepatitis and TB in central Jail Gaddani, Balochistan

From: Prevalence of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and hepatitis; in a prison of Balochistan: a cross-sectional survey

Infection & ToolsJail InmatesJail staffsStaff’s familyTotal
n = 356 (%)n = 82 (%)n = 129 (%)N = 567(%)
Tuberculosis (TB)
 CAD4TB digital X-ray356 (100)82 (100)127 (98.4)565 (99.6)
 Abnormal (Score > 50)109 (30.6)26 (31.7)37 (28.7)172 (30.4)
 X-pert MTB/Rif Assay120 (33.7)12 (14.6)16 (12.4)148 (26.1)
 MTB+ Rif-^^02 (0.6)01 (1.2)00 (0.0)03 (0.5)
 Clinically diagnosed00 (0.0)00 (0.0)02 (100)02 (0.4)
HIV Three Serial RDTs356 (100)81 (98.8)125 (96.9)562 (99.1)
 Type-1 reactive24 (6.7)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)24 (4.3)
 Type-2 reactive24 (6.7)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)24 (4.3)
 Type-3 reactive24 (6.7)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)24 (4.3)
 CD4 Counta19 (79.1)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)19 (79.1)
 < 50010 (2.8)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)10 (1.77)
Hepatitis Positive RDT356 (100)82 (100)122 (94.6)560 (98.8)
 Hepatitis B positive15 (4.2)01 (1.2)00 (0.0)16 (2.9)
 Hepatitis C positive37 (10.4)03 (3.7)01 (0.8)41 (7.3)
 HBV+ HCV positive01 (0.3)00 (0.0)00 (0.0)01 (0.2)
  1. aCD4 Count done for reactive on 3 series HIV RDTs; CAD4TB Computer aided detection for TB, RDTs Rapid diagnostic tests, MTB+/Rif- Mycobacterium tuberculosis Detected/Rifampicin resistant not detected, HIV Human immunodeficiency virus, HBV Hepatitis B Virus, HCV Hepatitis C Virus