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Table 3 Service utilization history and delivery characteristics

From: The prevalence of disrespect and abuse during facility-based childbirth in urban Tanzania

Variable Measure P-valuea
Postpartum Interview
N = 1914
Community Follow-Up
N = 64
Delivery characteristics
 Number of previous births, n (%) 0.82b
   0 600 (31) 19(30)
   1-2 875(46) 30(47)
   3-4 311(16) 11(17)
   5+ 79(4) 1(2)
 Antenatal Care visits made, n (%) 0.79b
   No visit 35(2) 0(0)
   1 visit 45(2) 1(2)
   2 visits 148(8) 5(8)
   3 visits 520(27) 22(34)
   4+ visits 1152(60) 36(56)
 Ever had a previous delivery at study facility, n (%) 0.72
   Yes 661(35) 25 (39)
   No 930(49) 29(45)
   Don’t Know 314(16) 10(16)
 Referrals for current delivery, n (%) 0.69 b
   Came directly to study facility 1488(78) 52(81)
   Sent from dispensary to study facility 251(13) 7(11)
   Sent from health centre to study facility 94(5) 4(6)
Other transfer 25(1) 1(2)
 Type of Provider Conducted Delivery, n (%) 0.66b
   Doctor/Clinical officer/Intern 181(9) 7(11)
   Nurse/midwife 1718(90) 56(88)
   Provider unknown 12(1) 1(2)
   No one 2(0.1) 0(0)
   Birth before arrival at facility 1(0.1) 0(0)
 Time of delivery, n (%)    0.79
   Day 1048(55) 34(53)
   Night 865(45) 30(47)
  1. aPearson χ2unless noted
  2. bFisher’s exact