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Table 4 Unadjusted and adjusted odds ratios (95% CI) comparing early neonatal death among infants with birth asphyxia and maternal infection and infants with intrapartum asphyxia alone

From: Maternal infection and risk of intrapartum death: a population based observational study in South Asia

Maternal sign of infection Bangladesh and Indiad Bangladesh India
  (odds ratio, 95% CI) (odds ratio, 95% CI) (odds ratio, 95% CI)
Unadjusted analysis    
Fever 1.63 (1.12 – 2.65) 1.62 (1.03 – 2.54) 1.73 (0.64 – 3.48)
PROM a 1.24 (1.01 - 1.53) a
Adjusted analysis    
Feverc 1.54 (1.04 - 2.27) 1.48 (0.93 - 2.36) 1.90 (0.88 – 4.15)
PROMc a 1.28 (1.03 - 1.59) a
Unadjusted cause of death analysis    
Fever 1.89 (1.02– 3.49) 1.82 (0.67 – 4.92) 2.08 (0.94 – 4.65)
Prom a 1.42 (1.10 – 1.83) a
Adjusted cause of death analysis    
Feverc 1.65 (0.84 – 3.23) b b
PROMc a 1.52 (1.15 – 2.02) a
  1. aData not collected on PROM in India.
  2. bModels would not converge.
  3. cAdjusted for maternal education, parity, maternal age, number of antenatal visits, malpresentation at delivery, type of delivery, household assets, delivery by a skilled birth attendant, delivery at an institution, and intervention or control allocation and clustering.
  4. dCombined datasets also adjusted for study site into account.