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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of Black mothers living with HIV (N = 690)

From: Infant feeding guideline awareness among mothers living with HIV in North America and Nigeria

CharacteristicPort Harcourt
(N = 400)
Miami
(N = 201)
Ottawa
(N = 89)
All Sites
(N = 690)
Age (μ ± SD)34.7 ± 5.732.4 ± 5.836.6 ± 6.434.3 ± 5.9
Years since HIV diagnosis (μ ± SD)6.3 ± 3.511.4 ± 7.212.7 ± 6.48.1 ± 5.6
Persons in household (Mdn; IQR; range)4; 2; 1–113; 2; 1–94; 3; 1–64; 2; 1–11
Number of children (Mdn; IQR; range)2; 2; 1–82; 2; 1–42; 2; 1–52; 2; 1–8
Number of children born after HIV diagnosis (Mdn; IQR; range)1; 1; 1–51; 1; 1–32; 1; 1–31; 1; 1–5
Mothers on HIV treatment: n (%)399 (99.8)187 (97.4)50 (96.2)636 (98.8)
Married: n (%)340 (85.2)121 (60.8)29 (33.3)490 (71.5)
Completed at least secondary education: n (%)352 (89.3)196 (98.5)84 (95.5)632 (92.8)
Employed full or part time: n (%)321 (88.2)70 (35.2)60 (67.4)451 (69.2)
  1. μ Mean, IQR Interquartile range, Mdn Median, SD Standard deviation