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Table 2 Proportions, Unadjusted and Adjusted Odd Ratios (with 95% Confidence Intervals). For HTC by Disability Status (N = 10,073)

From: Utilization of HIV testing and counselling services by women with disabilities during antenatal care in Uganda: analysis of 2016 demographic and health survey

HTC Indicator No Disability
(n = 8470
With disability
(n = 1603)
Pre-test HIV counselling
 Proportiona, 95% CIs 59.6 58.2–61.1 52.4*** 49.6–55.2
 uOR, 95% CIs Referent 0.75*** 0.68–0.84
 aORb, 95% CIs Referent 0.83** 0.74–0.93
HIV test and obtaining results
 Proportion a, 95% CIs 68.2 66.9–69.4 61.4*** 58.7–64.1
 uOR, 95% CIs Referent 0.77*** 0.69–0.86
 aORb, 95% CIs Referent 0.88** 0.78–0.99
Post-test HIV counsellingc
 Proportion a, 95% CIs 55.5 54.1–56.9 51.6*** 48.4–54.4
 uOR, 95% CIs Referent 0.85*** 0.76–0.94
 aORb, 95% CIs Referent 0.93 0.84–1.04
All HTC services
 Proportion a, 95% CIs 49.2 47.6–50.2 43.5*** 40.6–46.4
 uOR, 95% CIs Referent   0.80*** 0.72–0.89
 aORb, 95% CIs Referent   0.87*** 0.78–0.97
  1. Source: Uganda Demographic and Health Survey (UDHS) 2016. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1
  2. Notes: a Weighted proportions; bAdjusted for maternal age, education, marital status, number of living children, employment, household wealth, and residence. Boldface indicates statistical significance (p < 0.05). cSample size (N = 6956). Abbreviations: HTC = HIV testing and counselling, uOR = unadjusted Odd Ratios, aOR = adjusted Odd Ratios, CIs = Confidence Intervals