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Table 6 HIV prevalence by standard of living index (SLI) and type of health services used in the population-based sample

From: A population-based study of human immunodeficiency virus in south India reveals major differences from sentinel surveillance-based estimates

Type of health services used SLI halves (score range)
  Lower (up to 22) Upper (23 or more)
  n HIV-positive (%) n HIV-positive (%)
Antenatal care by women     
   Public-sector hospitals* 114 5 (4.39) 38 1 (2.63)
   Other† 284 3 (1.06) 286 3 (1.05)
   Total 398 8 (2.01) 324 4 (1.23)
General health services by men‡     
   Public-sector hospitals* 325 18 (5.54) 165 4 (2.42)
   Other† 2831 70 (2.47) 2909 38 (1.31)
   Total 3156 88 (2.79) 3074 42 (1.37)
General health services by women‡     
   Public-sector hospitals* 516 19 (3.68) 246 4 (1.63)
   Other† 2792 60 (2.15) 2827 28 (0.99)
   Total 3308 79 (2.39) 3073 32 (1.04)
  1. *This includes public-sector hospitals covered by sentinel surveillance.
  2. †Other comprises mainly of private sector services, and for antenatal care includes a small proportion of smaller public-sector health facilities not covered by sentinel surveillance (total 14 women).
  3. ‡Data on five men and one woman missing for type of general health services used, and data on type of public-sector facility used for general health services not available.