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Table 5 Complete newborn vaccination and demographic characteristics

From: Is antenatal care preparing mothers to care for their newborns? A community-based cross-sectional study among lactating women in Masindi, Uganda

Variable Incomplete newborn vaccination n (%) Complete newborn vaccination n (%) UOR [95% CI] p-value aOR [95% CI] p-value
Sufficient ANC**       
  1-3 visits 191 (37.5) 318 (62.5) 1.0    
  > = 4 visits 112 (28.6) 280 (71.4) 1.50 [1.06-2.13] 0.024 1.34 [0.91-1.99] 0.133
Age**       
  14-19 yrs. 65 (37.1) 110 (62.9) 1.0    
  20-42 yrs. 252 (33.5) 501 (66.5) 1.17 [0.91-1.52] 0.202 1.25 [0.94-1.66] 0.115
Marital status       
  Not living with spouse 31 (32.0) 66 (68.0) 1.0    
  Living with spouse 286 (34.4) 545 (65.6) 0.90 [0.50-1.60] 0.695   
Education**       
  None/ Primary 280 (36.1) 496 (63.9) 1.0    
  Secondary plus 37 (24.3) 115 (75.7) 1.75 [1.29-2.38] 0.001 1.37 [1.04-1.82] 0.029*
Parity**       
  Two or more 256 (35.0) 482 (65.1) 1.0    
  Having First child 58 (31.0) 129 (69.0) 1.20 [0.76-1.87] 0.417 1.37 [0.72-2.61] 0.323
Place of delivery**       
  Home 219 (41.2) 313 (58.8) 1.0    
  Health facility 98 (24.8) 298 (75.2) 2.13 [1.47-3.08] 0.000 1.84 [1.23-2.75] 0.005*
Occupation       
  Subsistence farming 71 (36.0) 126 (64.0) 1.0    
  Commercial farming/ Regular income 246 (33.7) 485 (66.4) 1.11 [0.72-1.72] 0.622   
  1. **For initial inclusion in logistic model; * p-is less than 0.05; UOR = unadjusted odds ratio; aOR = adjusted odds ration; (95% CI) Confidence Interval at 95%.