Dependent variable: current HIV (co-infection with gonorrhoea) Crude OR (95% CI) p
Gender Man (300) 4.76 (1.11-20) 0.036
Woman (23) -
HIV-positive stable partner Yes (n=22) 13.56 (4.44-41.35) <0.001
No (301) -
Sexual orientation (men) MSM/bisexual (n=268) 6.39 (2.66-15.38) <0.001
Heterosexual men (n=32)  
Age (years) 0.97 (0,94-1) 0.48
Age at first sexual intercourse (years) 0.87 (0.78-0.96) 0.11
STD history Yes (n=193) 56.93 (13.68-236.99) <0.001
No (n=130) -
Co-infection with Chlamydia trachomatis Yes (n=62) 1.76 (0.98-3.14)) 0.058
No (n=257)  
Co-infection with syphilis Yes (n=80) 3.68 (1.77-7.61) <0.001
No (n=243) -
Frequency of sexual behaviour IAI with SC Unprotected (n=118) 5.17 (2.73-9.80) <0.001
Protected (n=205) -
RAI with SC Unprotected (n=32) 4.46 (2.39-8.31) <0.001
Protected (n=291) -
Alcohol use Yes (n=124) 2.35 (1.40-3.96) 0.010
No (n=199) -
Non-injection drug use Yes (n=123) 3.22 (1.91-5.45) <0.001
No (n=200) -
Sexual contacts under the influence of drugs or alcohol Yes (n=116) 3.58 (2.1-6.12) <0.001
No (n=207) -
OGS: orogenital sex; IAI: insertive anal intercourse; RAI: receptive anal intercourse; SC: sporadic contact.
Table 2: Bivariate analysis. Factors associated with the human immunodeficiency virus co-infection in cases diagnosed with gonorrhoea. Sandoval Health Centre, Madrid, 2010.
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