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Table 2 Clinical characteristics and life style of TB patients

From: Diabetes mellitus and HIV infection among active tuberculosis patients in Northwest Ethiopia: health facility-based cross-sectional study

Characteristics Total (%) DMTB NDMTB HIV/TB NHIV/TB
Type of TB patient
 New 243 (90.3) 28 (90.3) 215 (90.3) 53 (89.8) 190 (90.5)
 Retreated 26 (9.7) 3 (9.7) 23 (9.7) 6 (10.2) 20 (9.5)
TB category
 Smear positive 33 (12.3) 1 (3.2) 32 (13.4) 13 (22.0) 20 (9.5)
 EPTB 165 (61.3) 17 (54.8) 148 (62.2) 33 (55.9) 132 (62.9)
 Smear negative 71 (26.4) 13 (41.9) 58 (24.4) 13 (22.0) 58 (27.6)
Known family history of DM
 Yes 18 (6.7) 5 (16.1) 13 (5.5) 3 (5.1) 15 (7.1)
 No 251 (93.3) 26 (83.9) 225 (94.5) 56 (94.9) 195 (92.9)
BMI      
 < 18.5 137 (50.9) 20 (64.5) 117 (49.2) 30 (50.8) 107 (51.0)
 18.5–25.0 132 (49.1) 11 (35.5) 121 (50.8) 29 (49.2) 103 (49.0)
Any chronic diseases
 Yes 38 (14.1) 6 (19.4) 32 (13.4) 23 (39.0) 15 (7.1)
 No 231 (85.9) 25 (80.6) 206 (86.6) 36 (61.0) 195 (92.9)
Active smoker
 Yes 6 (2.2) 1 (3.2) 5 (2.1) 0 6 (2.9)
 No 263 (97.8) 30 (96.8) 233 (97.9) 59 (100.0) 204 (97.1)
Drink alcohol regularly
 Yes 107 (39.8) 13 (41.9) 94 (39.5) 21 (35.6) 86 (41.0)
 No 162 (60.2) 18 (58.1) 144 (60.5) 38 (64.4)  
  1. BMI body mass index, EPTB extra-pulmonary TB, DM diabetes mellitus, TB tuberculosis, DMTB DM among tuberculosis, NDMTB negative-DM among TB patients, HIV/TB human immunodeficiency virus infection among TB, NHIV/TB negative HIV infection among TB patients