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Table 3 Prevalence of risk factor combinations

From: Improved ascertainment of modes of HIV transmission in Ukraine indicates importance of drug injecting and homosexual risk

First risk factor Second risk factor
het hrh sti idu hcv hbv msm nos pen Total N
N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row % N Row %
het 2219 100.0% 1201 54.1% 836 37.7% 989 44.6% 1159 52.2% 981 44.2% 100 4.5% 333 15.0% 1301 58.6% 2219 100.0%
hrh 1201 100.0% 1201 100.0% 534 44.5% 775 64.5% 783 65.2% 608 50.6% 45 3.7% 129 10.7% 817 68.0% 1201 100.0%
sti 836 96.3% 534 61.5% 868 100.0% 438 50.5% 475 54.7% 439 50.6% 58 6.7% 109 12.6% 601 69.2% 868 100.0%
idu 989 97.4% 775 76.4% 438 43.2% 1015 100.0% 835 82.3% 628 61.9% 33 3.3% 98 9.7% 698 68.8% 1015 100.0%
hcv 1159 98.1% 783 66.3% 475 40.2% 835 70.7% 1181 100.0% 779 66.0% 37 3.1% 154 13.0% 759 64.3% 1181 100.0%
hbv 981 96.7% 608 60.0% 439 43.3% 628 61.9% 779 76.8% 1014 100.0% 60 5.9% 143 14.1% 634 62.5% 1014 100.0%
msm 100 76.9% 45 34.6% 58 44.6% 33 25.4% 37 28.5% 60 46.2% 130 100.0% 16 12.3% 72 55.4% 130 100.0%
nos 333 95.7% 129 37.1% 109 31.3% 98 28.2% 154 44.3% 143 41.1% 16 4.6% 348 100.0% 225 64.7% 348 100.0%
pen 1301 97.2% 817 61.1% 601 44.9% 698 52.2% 759 56.7% 634 47.4% 72 5.4% 225 16.8% 1338 100.0% 1338 100.0%
  1. The Row % shows the prevalence of second risk factor among patients reporting the first risk factor
  2. Risk factors (for definitions see Table 1): het heterosexual exposure, hrh high-risk heterosexual exposure, sti sexually transmitted infections, idu injecting drug use, hcv exposure to HCV, hbv exposure to HBV, msm homosexual exposure, nos nosocomial exposure, pen skin penetration exposure