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Table 2 Logistic regression of socio-demographics in predicting booking appointments and pregnancy outcome. (Reference group is late booking)

From: Deprivation and poor psychosocial support are key determinants of late antenatal presentation and poor fetal outcomes-a combined retrospective and prospective study

Characteristics Early bookers n = 29,698 Late bookers n = 4686 Odds ratio [95 % confidence interval] Significance
Age <19 years n = 1200 (4.0 %) n = 362 (7.7 %) 1.919 [1.740 to 2.117] P < 0.001
Non-white ethnic background n = 4750 (16.0 %) n = 1668 (35.6 %) 3.07 [2.9 to 3.28] P < 0.001
IMD score n = 9257 (31.1 %) n = 1875 (40.0 %) 1.092 [1.008–1.182] P < 0.001
Maternal un-employment n = 4263 (14.4 %) n = 1254 (26.8 %) 3.74 [3.43 to 4.10], P < 0.001
Partner un-employment n = 753 (2.5 %) n = 227 (4.8 %) 2.92 [2.49 to 3.42] P < 0.001
Smoking status n = 4348 (14.6 %) n = 873 (18.6 %) 1.34 [1.24–1.46] P < 0.001
Stillbirth n = 155 (0.5 %) n = 52 (1.1 %) 2.21 [1.53 to 2.87] P < 0.001
Low birth weight n = 2133 (7.2 %) n = 491 (10.5 %) 1.52 [1.37 to 1.61] P < 0.001
Premature delivery n = 2103 (7.1 %) n = 484 (10.3 %) 1.51 [1.36–1.68] P < 0.001
Admission to SCBU n = 1815 (6.1 %) n = 482 (10.3 %) 1.7 [1.53 to 1.89] P < 0.001