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Table 2 Basic Infant data

From: Option B+ for prevention of vertical HIV transmission has no influence on adverse birth outcomes in a cross-sectional cohort in Western Uganda

Variables Overallla No HIV exposure N (%) HIV exposure N (%) OR CI 95% P valueb
N total 412 302 110    
Gestational week (Finnstroem score)c 38 (28–42) 39 (28–42) 38 (30–42)    0.5d
Birth weightc 3095 (500–4500) 3100 (500–4500) 3040 (1200–4500)    0.821d
APGAR scorec 10 (0–10) 10 (0–10) 10 (0–10)    0.34d
Newborn sex
 Male 209/410 (51.0) 156 (52.0) 53 (48.2) 1   
 Female 201/410 (49.0) 144 (48.0) 57 (51.8) 1.17 0.75–1.8 0.49
Stillbirth 26/412 (6.3) 20 (6.6) 6 (5.5) 0.81 0.32–2.08 0.67
Preterm delivery 116/410 (28.3) 85 (28.2) 31 (28.4) 1.01 0.62–1.64 0.97
Small for gestational age 47/399 (11.8) 33 (11.3) 14 (13.1) 1.18 0.61–2.31 0.63
Any adverse birth outcome 165/409 (40.3) 119 (39.7) 46 (42.2) 1.11 0.71–1.73 0.64
  1. aAll data n/total n with available respective data (%), if not indicated otherwise
  2. bBivariate, Pearson’s X2 asymptotic two- sided p- value
  3. cMedian (range)
  4. dMann–Whitney-U-Tes