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Table 2 Association between perceived barriers for health care & postnatal check up

From: Utilisation of postnatal care among rural women in Nepal

Factors Total (n = 150) % Postnatal check OR 95% CI P-value
    Yes (n = 51) No (n = 99)    
Health facility far        
Yes 58 39 20 37 0.99 0.50–2.00 1.00
No 92 61 31 57 1.00   
No skilled female worker        
Yes 21 14 11 10 2.31 0.91–5.89 0.12
No 129 86 40 84 1.00   
No money        
Yes 25 17 13 12 2.34 0.97–5.60 0.09
No 125 83 38 82 1.00   
Women & family member not aware        
Yes 70 47 24 45 0. 97 0.48–1.92 1.00
No 80 53 27 49 1.00   
No PNC at local level        
Yes 7 5 4 3 2.58 0.56–12.02 0.40
No 143 95 47 91 1.00   
No time due to home work        
Yes 3 2 1 2 0. 92 0.08–10.39 1.00*
No 147 98 50 92 1.00   
No time due to home work        
Yes 3 1 2 2 0. 92 0.08-10.39 1.000*
No 147 50 92 92 1.00   
No transportation        
Yes 35 23 11 24 0.80 0.36–1.81 0.74
No 115 77 40 70 1.00   
Had antenatal check up        
Yes 117 78 50 63 24.6 3.39–500.9 0.001*
No 33 22 1 31 1.00   
Place of delivery        
Hospital 46 31 32 13 10.49 4.64–23.7 0.001
Home 104 69 19 81 1.00   
Having health problem after delivery        
Yes 15 10 10 4 5.49 1.63–18.53 0.003
No 135 90 41 90 1.00   
  1. * Fisher's exact test