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Table 2 Binomial logistic regressions of LBW on prenatal care variables

From: Low birth weight and prenatal care in Colombia: a cross-sectional study

Variables OR Sig. OR Sig.
Prenatal Care characteristics Model 1 Model 2
 Provider: No antenatal care 2.941 0.007 2.198 0.011
 Provider: Physician Reference
 Provider: Other 1.061 0.696 1.053 0.756
 Quality of prenatal care 0.642 0.076 0.552 0.033
 Number of prenatal care visits 0.864 <0.001 0.921 <0.001
 First prenatal care 1.133 <0.001 1.080 0.045
 Health insurance coverage 0.817 0.044 0.871 0.214
Pregnancy characteristics     
 Gestational age at delivery (weeks)    0.631 <0.001
 Preceding birth interval ≤ 1 year   1.214 0.690
 Substance abuse    0.841 0.089
 Wanted child    0.970 0.412
Child characteristics     
 Product of a Multiple pregnancy    9.722 <0.001
 Sex    1.402 <0.001
Mother characteristics     
 Age    1.011 0.157
 Education    0.962 0.002
 Employment    1.063 0.421
 Marital Status: Never married    0.932 0.601
 Marital Status: Currently married    Reference
 Marital Status: Previously married    0.871 0.179
 Height (cm)    0.995 <0.001
 BMI: Low    1.645 <0.001
 BMI: Regular    Reference
 BMI: High    0.886 0.226
 Total children ever born    0.893 0.002
 Previously terminated pregnancy    0.962 0.635
 History of sexual abuse    1.152 0.009
 History of psychological abuse    0.971 0.684
 History of physical abuse    0.985 0.857
 Final say    0.975 0.427
Context characteristics     
 Number of household members    0.996 0.865
 Wealth index    0.979 0.645
 Urban residency    0.971 0.761
 Migration    1.151 0.258
 Household head: Woman    1.249 0.051
 Household head: Partner    Reference
 Household head: Other    1.328 0.024
 Sanitation    0.915 0.423
−2 Log likelihood 7274.10 2185.23
Cox & Snell R Square 0.01 0.21
Nagelkerke R Square 0.02 0. 44
  1. OR: odds ratio; Sig.: significance.