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Table 1 Characteristics of the HIV exposed infants

From: Factors associated with the timely uptake of initial HIV virologic test among HIV-exposed infants attending clinics within a faith-based HIV program in Kenya; a cross-sectional study

Characteristic Frequency/median Percentage (%)
Sex
 Male 1002 49.6
 Female 1018 50.4
Birth weight
 Underweight (< 2500 g) 184 9.1
 Normal weight 1761 87.2
 Missing (undocumented) 75 3.7
 Age at enrollment in care (median IQR) 6 weeks [5–7] weeks
Source of referral
 CCC 683 33.8
 MCH/PMTCT 1073 53.1
 Maternity 71 3.5
 OPD 20 1.0
 Pediatric clinic 6 0.3
 Other 33 1.6
 Unknown 134 6.6
ARV Prophylaxis for infant
 Yes 1609 79.7
 No 66 3.3
 Missing 345 17.1
Mother on ART
 Yes 1459 72.2
 No 118 5.8
 Missing 443 21.9
Mode of delivery
 Vaginal 1267 62.7
 C-section 391 19.4
 Missing 362 17.9
Place of delivery
 Facility 1483 73.4
 Home 116 5.7
 Missing 421 20.8
First PCR result
 Negative 1557 77.1
 Positive 19 0.9
 Missing 444 22.0