HIV Sentinel Surveillance (ANC): Andhra Pradesh State Report 2016-17 [report]

Santhakumar Aridoss
2020 Zenodo  
The total sample of ANC analysed was 15460 across 13 districts in Andhra Pradesh. The median age of respondents was 22 years in the state and ranged between 16 and 42 years across different districts. State-level HIV prevalence among ANC respondents (n=15460) was 0.38%. HIV Prevalence among the age group of 15-24was 0.38%, followed by the age group of 25-34 (0.365). At the same time, the remaining age groups (35-44, 45-49) showed zero prevalence at the state level. The proportion of illiterate
more » ... NC was 13% at the state level, and the HIV prevalence among them was 0.60%. Whereas the majority of respondents were falls under the category of 6th to 10th standard, and the HIV prevalence among them was 0.42%. At the state level, 42.85% of the respondents reported being pregnant for the first time, and 44.29% of respondents were reported as second-time pregnancies. The state-level HIV prevalence among ANC clinic attendees in primigravida was 0.50%, the second gravida was 0.25%, the third gravida was 0.43%, and in the fourth gravida, it was 0.29%. At the state level, 16% of the respondents belonged to the First trimester, followed by 40% were belonged to the second trimester, and 44.1% of respondents belonged to the Third trimester. The highest HIV prevalence (0.53%) was seen in respondents in the first trimester. At the state level, 74.5% of the respondents reported that they received ANC services during their current pregnancy. At the state level, Govt. service providers (including ASHA/ANM) was identified as the primary source of referral to ANC clinics, accounting for 55.3% of respondents, followed by family /relatives/neighbour/friends (25.5%) and self-referral (15%). The highest HIV prevalence (3.85%) was seen in people referred by ICTC/ART Centre, followed by family/relatives/neighbour/friends (0.43%). At the state level, 73.3% of respondents reported being currently residing in rural areas. The HIV Prevalence in Urban was 0.41%, and Rural was calculated as 0.36%. At the state level, the majority of the respondents [...]
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6303363 fatcat:wc5ghqvvgvdj5mym5bqbr7l4ju