TABLE 1.

Characteristics of Participants Enrolled in a Cross-Sectional and Programmatic Abstraction Only Study in Kenya, by Enrollment Visit

All Women(N=5,894)≥28 WeeksGestation(n=1,882)Delivery/Labor(n=130)6 Weeks
(n=1,700)
6 Months(n=512)9 Months(n=1,670)
NNo. (%)nNo. (%)nNo. (%)nNo. (%)nNo. (%)nNo. (%)
Age, median (IQR), years5,88923 (21–28)1,88123 (21–28)13023 (20–27)1,69723 (20–28)51223 (20–27)1,66924 (21–28)
Age range, years5,8891,8811301,6975121,669
 <211456 (25)456 (24)42 (33)431 (25)149 (29)379 (23)
 21–303705 (63)1188 (63)76 (59)1048 (62)321 (63)1072 (64)
 ≥30728 (12)237 (13)12 (9)218 (13)42 (8)219 (13)
Enrollment site5,8941,8821301,7005121,670
 Ahero2039 (35)663(35)75 (58)491 (29)292 (57)518 (31)
 Bondo2226 (38)730 (39)54 (42)657 (39)219 (43)566 (34)
 Riruta503 (9)50(3)181 (11)1 (<1)271 (16)
 Siaya519 (9)178 (9)1 (1)162 (10)178 (11)
 Rachuonyo607 (10)261 (14)209 (12)137 (8)
Enrollment yeara5,8941,8821301,7005121,670
 20171226 (21)391 (21)48 (37)253 (15)299 (58)235 (14)
 20181237 (21)537 (29)81 (63)220 (13)212 (41)187 (11)
 20193431 (58)954 (51)1 (1)1227 (72)1 (<1)1248 (75)
ANC visits documented, median (IQR)b5,8543 (2–4)1,8423 (2–4)1302 (2–2)1,7003 (2–4)5121 (1–2)1,6703 (2–4)
PNC visits documented median (IQR)b,c3,8822 (1–5)1,7001 (1–2)5122 (1–2)1,6706 (2–8)
HIV retests, median (IQR)d5,8941 (0–2)1,8820 (0–1)1300 (0–0)1,7001 (1–2)5111 (1–2)1,6692 (1–3)
Incident HIV-infections5,89418 (<1)1,8828 (<1)1301 (1)1,7006 (<1)5121 (<1)1,6702 (<1)
  • Abbreviations: ANC, antenatal care; IQR, interquartile range; PNC, postnatal care.

  • a All women enrolled in the years 2017 and 2018 were thorough cross-sectional study only.

  • b As per maternal and child health booklet documentation. One woman who presented for care at 6 weeks postpartum who was HIV-positive was identified as having an incident infection detected through delivery testing during study screening.

  • c Among women enrolled at postpartum.

  • d Including all HIV tests during most recent pregnancy and postpartum, excluding test done as part of study.