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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of NHGC participants

From: Cohort profile: the Nigerian HIV geriatric cohort study

Characteristics All participants
N = 101,652
Socio-demographics
 Age (years), median (IQR), n = 101,652 57.1 (52–60)
 Age categories (years), n(%)
  50–59 72,894 (72%)
  60–69 22,740 (22%)
  70 and above 6018 (6%)
  Missing 0 (0%)
 Gender, n(%)
  Female 53,608 (53%)
  Males 48,044 (47%)
  Missing 0 (0%)
 Marital status, n(%)
  Single 3493 (6%)
  Married 51,037 (71%)
  Widowed/Separated/Divorced 16,944 (24%)
  Missing 30,178 (30%)
 Education, n(%)
  None 11,657 (19%)
  Primary 17,842 (29%)
  Secondary 19,768 (33%)
  Post – secondary 11,512 (19%)
  Missing 40,873 (40%)
 Occupation, n(%)
  Unemployed 33,446 (51%)
  Employed 29,977 (46%)
  Retired 18,32 (2.8%)
  Missing 36,397 (36%)
 Service Entry Point, n(%)
  VCT 53,421 (63%)
  HCT 14,920 (63%)
  Outpatient 5227 (22%)
  Transfer In 1671 (7%)
  In-patient 692 (3%)
  Others 1337 (6%)
  Missing 24,384 (24%)
 AM
  APIN 28,624 (28%)
  CCFNG 10,481 (10%)
  FHI360 51,918 (51%)
  IHVN 10,629 (11%)
  Missing 0 (0%)
Clinical
 WHO stage, n(%)
  I 26,617 (47%)
  II 14,500 (26%)
  III 13,728 (24%)
  IV 2102 (4%)
 Missing 44,705 (44%)
 Weight, Kg, median (IQR), n = 79,912 59 (50–68)
 Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP), mmHg, median (IQR), n = 76,421 120 (110–137)
 Diastolic Blood Pressure (DBP),mmHg,median (IQR), n = 76,421 80 (70–89)
 Hypertension (SBP > 140/DBP > 90 mmHg, n(%), n = 76,421 16,201 (21%)
 Body Mass Index, Kg/m2, median (IQR), n = 78,104 22.2 (19.5–25.4)
 Body Mass Index, Kg/m2, n(%)
   < 17 6240 (8%)
  17- < 18.5 6967 (9%)
  18.5 – < 25 43,012 (55%)
  25 – < 30 15,081 (19%)
  30 and above 6803 (9%)
  Missing 23,548 (23%)
 CD4 cell count (cells/μl), median (IQR), n = 66,027 381 (212–577)
 CD4 cell count < 200, cells/μl, n(%) ,n = 66,027 15,325 (23%)
 CD4 cell count < 500, cells/μl, n(%), n = 66,027 43,783 (66%)
  1. Results are number and column % of those with non-missing data; missing data rows are number and column % of missing data
  2. IQR Interquartile range, ART Antiretroviral Therapy, APIN APIN Public Health Initiative in Nigeria, CCFNG Catholic Caritas Foundation of Nigeria, IHVN Institute of Human Virology Nigeria
  3. Results are number (column percentage of those with non-missing data) for categorical variables and median (interquartile range) for continuous variables