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Table 2 HIV outcomes at 12 months among HIV-infected individuals in Senegal according to baseline food insecurity and nutritional status

From: The impact of food insecurity on HIV outcomes in Senegal, West Africa: a prospective longitudinal study

  Among all participants Food insecurity, N = 199a Nutritional status, N = 198b
Not severe at M0,
N = 141
n (%)
Severe at M0,
N = 58
n (%)
p-value Not undernourished at M0,
N = 122
n (%)
Undernourished at M0,
N = 76
n (%)
p-value
VFc 16 (15.0) 10 (13.3) 6 (19.4) 0.55 6 (9.0) 10 (25.0) 0.02
Lost to follow-up 19 (9.2) 7 (5.0) 9 (15.5) 0.02 12 (9.8) 5 (6.6) 0.43
Died 30 (14.5) 20 (14.2) 7 (12.1) 0.69 9 (7.4) 16 (21.1) 0.01
Poor adherenced 9 (8.0) 5 (6.3) 4 (12.9) 0.26 7 (9.7) 2 (5.0) 0.49
CD4 count < 200 at M12e 23 (25.6) 18 (28.1) 4 (16.0) 0.23 9 (15.5) 14 (43.8) < 0.01
  1. aMissing data for 8 participants; bMissing data for 9 participants; cM12 viral loads available for 107 participants; dM12 adherence available for 112 participants; eM12 CD4 counts available for 90 participants