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Table 2 Test of dominance between concentration curves of ANC and delivery care utilization in Bangladesh, 2004–2011

From: Progress in the utilization of antenatal and delivery care services in Bangladesh: where does the equity gap lie?

(4+)ANC Visits Year 1 Year 2 Significant Level Rule Result
  2004 2007 5 % mca 2007 dominates 2004
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2004
2004 2011 5 % iup 2011 dominates 2004
Medically Trained ANC 2004 2007 5 % mca Non-dominance
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % mca Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
(2+)Tetanus Injection 2004 2007 5 % mca 2007 dominates 2004
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2004
2004 2011 5 % iup 2011 dominates 2004
Health Facility Delivery 2004 2007 5 % mca Non-dominance
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2007
2007 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2004
2004 2011 5 % iup 2011 dominates 2004
Skilled Birth Assistance 2004 2007 5 % mca Non-dominance
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2007
2007 2011 5 % iup Non-dominance
2004 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2004
2004 2011 5 % iup 2011 dominates 2004
C-Section Delivery 2004 2007 5 % mca 2007 dominates 2004
2004 2007 5 % iup Non-dominance
2007 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2007
2007 2011 5 % iup Curves cross
2004 2011 5 % mca 2011 dominates 2004
2004 2011 5 % iup 2011 dominates 2004
  1. Note: Dominance indicates CC in 1 year is significantly different from CC in other year while non-dominance implies insignificant difference between two CCs