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Table 1 Characteristics of the sample

From: Examining the relationship between interpersonal support and retention in HIV care among HIV+ nursing mothers in Uganda

Characteristics n (%), unless indicated otherwise
Retention in HIV care
 No 25 (16.13)
 Yes 130 (83.87)
ISEL [M(SD); min, max] 25.39a (4.58); 9, 36
Control variables
Age
 15–24 years 52 (33.55)
 25–34 years 72 (46.45)
 35 years+  31 (20.00)
Education
 None 13 (8.39)
 Primary 110 (70.97)
 Secondary 32 (20.65)
Cowife
 No 87 (58.00)
 Yes 37 (24.67)
 Don’t know 26 (17.33)
Missing 5
Number of children
 One child 38 (24.68)
 Two children 37 (24.03)
 Three children 41 (26.62)
 Four children plus 38 (24.68)
Missing 1
Financial sufficiency
 Insufficient 128 (82.58)
 Sufficient 27 (17.42)
Food insecurity
 Food insecure 74 (49.01)
 Food secure 77 (50.99)
Missing 4
Monthly income
 No income 88 (56.77)
 UGX 10,000+  67 (43.23)
  1. a95% CI: 24.67, 26.12