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Table 2 Description of factors influencing relapse in substance use disorders (N = 391)

From: Determinants and prevalence of relapse among patients with substance use disorders: case of Icyizere Psychotherapeutic Centre

Variables Frequency (n = 391) Percent
Hospitalization time
  Between one and three months 384 98.2
  Between three and twelve months 7 1.8
Substance used
  Four substances and above 44 11.3
  One substance 135 34.5
  Two/Three substances 212 54.2
Peer groups
  No 74 18.9
  Yes 317 81.1
Accessibility
  No 117 29.9
  Yes 274 70.1
Type of accessibility
  Financial accessibility 6 1.5
  Geographical accessibility 53 13.6
  Accessibility & financial accessibility 215 55
  None 117 29.9
Stressful influences
  No 94 24
  Yes 297 76
Family related stressors
  Family conflict 153 39.1
  Poverty 52 13.3
  Inoccupation 79 20.2
  None 94 24
  Others (poor insight, poor management of triggers,…) 13 3.3
Psychiatric illness and drug use
  No 322 82.3
  Yes 69 17.7
Medical conditions and drugs
  No 377 96.4
  Yes 14 3.6
Type of medical condition
  Acute diseases (Gastritis, Pancreatic) 3 0.8
  Chronic diseases (Diabetes, Cancer, Hypertension, Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS) 11 2.8
  None 377 96.4
  1. The table displays the descriptive analysis for the medical and clinical characteristics. The hospitalization time had two categories (1 to 3 months; 3 to 12 months of stay at the heath facility), type of medical conditions, the patients were categorised into acute diseases (gastritis and pancreatic), chronic diseases (Diabetes, Cancer, hypertension, hepatitis or HIV), and the third category was for the patients with no chronic diseases. The other characteristic was for the patients with stress that was coded as 0 = no stress and 1 = Stress. The families influenced were analysed where 1 represents family conflicts, 2 = poverty, 3 = unemployment, 3 = no family influence, and 5 = other family influence such as poor insight, or poor management of triggers.; HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus/ Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome