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Table 2 Binary logistic regression of HIV testing during ANC visit or labour and received results among women aged 15–49 with a birth 2 years before the survey in India, 2015–16

From: Socioeconomic inequalities in the HIV testing during antenatal care: evidence from Indian demographic health survey, 2015–16

  Adjusted Odds ratio (AOR) 95% CI
Age (Years)
 15–19®
 20–24 1.302*** (1.06, 1.59)
 25–29 1.494*** (1.22, 1.83)
 30–34 1.607*** (1.29, 1.99)
 35–39 1.620*** (1.24, 2.12)
 40 and above 0.975 (0.62, 1.53)
Years of schooling
 No education®
  1–5 1.492*** (1.26, 1.77)
  6–9 2.257*** (1.96, 2.60)
  10 and above 3.370*** (2.91, 3.9)
Residence
 Urban®
 Rural 0.844*** (0.77, 0.93)
Religion
 Hindu®
 Muslim 1.058 (0.94, 1.19)
 Others 1.667*** (1.44, 1.92)
Caste
 SC/ST®
 OBC 0.805*** (0.72, 0.89)
 Others 1.057 (0.94,1.19)
Regular exposure of media
 No®
 Yes 1.907*** (1.69, 2.16)
Wealth index
 Poorest® 1.343*** (1.14, 1.58)
 Poorer 1.654*** (1.39, 1.96)
 Middle 2.137*** (1.78, 2.57)
 Richer 2.491*** (2.04, 3.04)
 Richest
Comprehensive knowledge about HIV/AIDS
 No®
 Yes 2.388*** (2.18, 2.62)
Region
 North®
 Central 0.436*** (0.38, 0.50)
 East 0.691*** (0.60, 0.80)
 Northeast 1.140* (0.98, 1.32)
 West 1.319*** (1.14, 1.52)
 South 4.641*** (4.04, 5.33)
 Constant 0.040 (0.03, 0.05)
  1. ® Reference; * p < 0.10; ** p < 0.05; *** p < 0.01; CI confidence intervals; Adjusted odds ratios were estimated after adjusting the socio-demographic and socioeconomic variables