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Table 1 Demographic profile of the 1,375 women having positive human β-globin amplification

From: Human papillomavirus detection in women with and without human immunodeficiency virus infection in Colombia

Variable HIV-positive HIV-negative p value
(n = 216) (n = 1,159)
Age* 37.5 [20–73] 36.8 [14–76]  
SD = 10.7 SD = 11.0
Ethnicity n (%) n (%)  
Indigenous 3 (1.4) 2 (0.2)  
Mestizo 209 (96.8) 1,128 (97.3)  
Afro-descendant 4 (1.8) 29 (2.5) 0.021
Marital status      
Single 66 (30.6) 301 (26.0)  
Married 36 (16.7) 202 (17.4)  
Cohabiting 65 (30.1) 497 (42.9)  
Separated 22 (10.2) 132 (11.4)  
Widowed 27 (12.4) 27 (2.3) 0.001
Age at first intercourse      
<15 75 (34.7) 276 (23.8)  
16-19 111 (51.4) 618 (53.3)  
>19 30 (13.9) 265 (22.9) 0.001
Pregnancies      
None 10 (4.6) 69 (6.0)  
1-3 160 (74.1) 784 (67.6)  
>4 46 (21.3) 306 (26.4) 0.173
Abortions      
No 120 (55.7) 741 (64.0)  
Yes 96 (44.3) 418 (36.0) 0.019
Other STD      
No 136 (63.0) 653 (56.4)  
Yes 80 (37.0) 506 (43.6) 0.071
Lifetime number of sexual partners      
1-2 88 (40.7) 783 (67.5)  
>3 128 (59.3) 376 (32.5) 0.001
Contraceptive method      
None 43 (19.9) 337 (29.1)  
Hormonal 11 (5.1) 189 (16.3)  
Surgery 46 (21.3) 318 (27.4)  
Condom 97 (45.0) 113 (9.8)  
Intrauterine device 19 (8.7) 202 (17.4) 0.001
Smoking status      
No 177 (81.9) 776 (66.9)  
Yes 39 (18.1) 383 (33.1) 0.001
Cytological findings      
Normal 148 (68.5) 918 (79.2)  
Abnormal 68 (31.5) 241 (20.8) 0.006
  1. p value: Probability value, SD: standard deviation, STD: sexually transmitted diseases.
  2. *Mean [range]; SD.