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Table 1 Participant demographics and baseline characteristics (N = 20)

From: The feasibility of using smartphones and mobile breathalyzers to monitor alcohol consumption among people living with HIV/AIDS

Average age47.35 (± 9.56)
 Sexual orientation
 Gay/homosexual8 (40%)
 Bisexual1 (5%)
 Straight/heterosexual9 (45%)
 Other2 (10%)
Gender
 Male13 (65%)
 Female7 (35%)
Race
 Black/African American14 (70%)
 American Indian or Alaskan Native2 (10%)
 White6 (30%)
Highest level of education attained
 Some high school6 (30%)
 High school degree1 (5%)
 Some college10 (50%)
 College degree2 (10%)
 Graduate degree1 (5%)
Income
 $0–10,00011 (55%)
 $11–20,0005 (25%)
 $21–30,0003 (15%)
 $31–40,0001 (5%)
Employment status
 Working4 (20%)
 Disability11 (55%)
 Unemployed5 (25%)
Current relationship status
 Not having sex, no partner/significant other9 (45%)
 Having sex, but with more than one partner2 (10%)
 Having sex with just one partner, but for less than 6 months1 (5%)
 Having sex with just one partner for 6 months or longer8 (40%)
Average time since diagnosis13.82 years (± 9.28)
Medication adherence
 What percent of medication taken in the past month85.83 (±24.69)
 Average missed doses in the past week0.47 (± 1.81)
Alcohol use
 AUDIT score11.12 (± 8.31)
 Average days participant consumed alcohol in past month10.32 (± 8.54)
 Average days participant had five or more drinks in past month3.95 (± 7.48)
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