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Table 2 Factors associated with sustained viral suppression among men who have sex with men

From: Sustained HIV viral suppression among men who have sex with men in the Miami-Dade County Ryan White Program: the effect of demographic, psychosocial, provider and neighborhood factors

Variable AOR 95% CI
Age group, years
 18–24 0.511 0.341 0.766
 25–34 0.676 0.523 0.874
 35–49 ref   
 50+ 1.260 0.973 1.630
Race
 Black 0.444 0.288 0.685
 Hispanic 0.784 0.502 1.226
 White ref   
 Not born in mainland US 0.987 0.700 1.392
Preferred language
 Spanish 1.016 0.740 1.396
 Other 0.800 0.391 1.635
 English ref   
Number of Ryan White clients that client’s physician cares for
 1–9 2.304 0.947 5.605
 10–29 1.459 0.782 2.722
 30–99 ref   
 100–199 1.453 1.062 1.989
 200+ 1.459 1.101 1.935
 Unknown 0.850 0.546 1.325
 Client not enrolled in the ACA 0.657 0.478 0.903
 AIDS symptoms (current) 0.258 0.123 0.540
 Diagnosis of AIDS 0.580 0.467 0.721
 Substance use index 0.816 0.747 0.891
 Mental health index 0.814 0.743 0.891
 Housing and transportation index 0.817 0.750 0.890
 Household structure index 1.169 1.009 1.353
 Unemployment index 0.918 0.830 1.015
 Food insecurity and social support index 0.950 0.868 1.039
 Neighborhood deprivation index 0.952 0.843 1.075
 Neighborhood residential instability and crime index 0.977 0.886 1.078
  1. AOR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence intervals, ACA Affordable Care Act
  2. Bolded values show significant values