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Table 4 Relationship between socio-demographic characteristics and postnatal and the newborn care

From: Uptake of skilled attendance along the continuum of care in rural Western Kenya: selected analysis from Global Health initiative survey-2012

  Yes (n) No (n) Odd Ratio (95% CI) P-value
Received postnatal care
 ANC attendance Yes /No 2882 40.4% 4258 59.6% 3.4 (2.4-4.8) 0.001 *
41 16.6% 206 83.4%
 Birth Where HF / Home 2554 63.4% 1474 36.6% 10.6 (9.5-11.9) 0.001 #
555 14.0% 3415 86.0%
 Level of education Secondary /Primary 411 50.6% 401 49.4% 1.7 (1.4-2.0) 0.001 *
1126 38.0% 1840 62.0%
 Mothers age < 20 years / > 35 years 440 41.4% 623 58.6% 1.5 (1.2-1.7) 0.001 *
474 32.4% 988 67.6%
Received newborn assessment  
 ANC attendance Yes/ No 2676 37.5% 4464 63.0% 2.4 (1.7-3.2) 0.001 *
50 20.0% 197 80.0
 Birth place HF / Home 2373 58.9% 1655 41.1% 7.8 (7.0-8.7) 0.001 #
616 15.5% 3354 84.5%
 Level of education At least primary level/ none 1492 40.1% 2231 59.9% 2.3(1.1-5.1) 0.04 *
8 22.2% 28 77.8%
Received newborn Health Facility check-up  
 ANC attendance Yes / No 2396 70.0% 1029 30.0% 1.6(1.2-2.1) 0.003 *
118 59.6% 80 40.4%
 Birth place HF/Home 2112 61.3% 1331 38.7% 1.4 (1.3-1.6) 0.001 #
1815 52.3% 1653 47.7%
 Level of education At least primary level /none 1094 68.5% 504 31.5% 1.5(0.6-3.5) 0.36 *
13 59.1% 9 40.9%
  1. Reference: *Fischer’s Exact, #Chi Square
  2. Denominators vary for each variable depending on missing data