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From: Measuring adherence to antiretroviral treatment in resource-poor settings: The clinical validity of key indicators

Figure 3

Adjusted gain in CD4 count and adherence at 4 to 9 months after initiating ART. Adjusted gain in CD4 count at a follow-up CD4 test conducted 4 to 9 months after initiating therapy by percentage of days covered with antiretroviral therapy. Linear regression model adjusts for gender, age category (30 or younger, 31-40, >40 years), whether married, capital-urban-rural location, baseline CD4 level, WHO stage at ART initiation (stage 1 or 2 vs. stage 3 or 4), evidence of TB at ART initiation, any evidence in medical record of side effect or opportunistic infection since treatment initiation, number of different ART regimens since initiation, ever treated with a protease inhibitor, and time since ART initiation. Estimates were adjusted based on the distribution of these characteristics in the overall population included in the model.

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