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Published online 2013 October 9. doi: 10.1186/1471-2334-13-471

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of study participants, overall and stratified according to whether they developed a NADC during prospective follow-up

 All patientsDeveloped a NADC
 
 
Yes
No
Total number
 
41746 (100.0)
880 (100.0)
40866 (100.0)
Gender*, n (%)
Male
30572 (73.2)
708 (80.5)
29864 (73.1)
 
Female
11143 (26.7)
172 (19.6)
10971 (26.9)
Age (years)
Median (IQR)
39 (33, 46)
47 (41, 56)
39 (33, 46)
Mode of HIV acquisition, n (%)
Men having sex with men
18251 (43.7)
408 (46.4)
17843 (43.7)
Injection drug user
6075 (14.6)
153 (17.4)
5922 (14.5)
 
Heterosexual
14621 (35.0)
256 (29.1)
14365 (35.2)
 
Other/unknown
2799 (6.7)
63 (7.2)
2736 (6.7)
Ethnic group, n (%)
White
20870 (50.0)
479 (54.4)
20391 (49.9)
 
Black
2866 (6.9)
27 (3.1)
2839 (7.0)
 
Other
838 (2.0)
11 (1.3)
827 (2.0)
 
Unknown/not collected
17172 (41.1)
363 (41.3)
16809 (41.1)
BMI (kg/m2), n (%)
<18
1241 (3.0)
39 (4.4)
1202 (2.9)
 
≥18, ≤26
24674 (59.1)
521 (59.2)
24153 (59.1)
 
>26, ≤30
4751 (11.4)
99 (11.3)
4652 (11.4)
 
>30
1643 (3.9)
43 (4.9)
1600 (3.9)
 
Unknown
9437 (22.6)
178 (20.2)
9259 (22.7)
CD4 count (cells/mm3)
Median (IQR)
434 (282, 620)
393 (235, 583)
435 (284, 621)
Nadir CD4 count (cells/m3)
Median (IQR)
223 (97, 377)
144 (50, 290)
225 (99, 379)
HIV RNA (log10 copies/ml)
Median (IQR)
2.3 (1.7, 4.3)
1.7 (1.7, 3.9)
2.3 (1.7, 4.3)
Prior NADC, n (%)
 
585 (1.4)
48 (5.5)
537 (1.3)
Prior ADC, n (%)
 
2436 (5.8)
91 (10.3)
2345 (5.7)
Smoking status, n (%)
Current Smoker
15526 (37.2)
381 (43.3)
15145 (37.1)
 
Ex-smoker
8121 (19.5)
226 (25.7)
7895 (19.3)
 
Never smoked
10227 (24.5)
151 (17.2)
10076 (24.7)
 
Unknown
7872 (18.9)
122 (13.9)
7750 (19.0)
HCV positive, n (%)
4431 (10.6)
105 (11.9)
4326 (10.6)
HBV positive, n (%)
1751 (4.2)
56 (6.4)
1695 (4.2)
Any use of ARV, n (%)27778 (66.5)718 (81.6)27060 (66.2)

*Information on gender is missing for 31 participants.