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Table 2 The number of CS in each group and their contribution to the overall CS rate in 2012 and 2014

From: Implementation of the Robson classification in clinical practice:Lithuania’s experience

Overall cesarean section (CS) rate (%) 6379/23,742 (26.9%) in 2012 and 5605/24,653 (22.7%) in 2014
  2012 2014 2012 2014 2012 2014   2012 2014  
Group Number of CS over total number of women in each group Relative size of groups (%) CS rate in each group (%) p value Absolute contribution to overall CS rate (%) p value
1 1289/8057 1209/8646 33.9 35.1 16.0 14.0 p < 0.001 5.4 4.9 p = 0.009
8057/23,742 8646/24,653 1289/8057 1209/8646 1289/23,742 1209/24,653
2 1158/2217 938/2239 9.3 9.1 52.2 41.9 p < 0.001 4.9 3.8 p < 0.001
2217/23,742 2239/24,653 1158/2217 938/2239 1158/23,742 938/24,653
3 310/7701 225/7858 32.4 31.9 4.0 2.9 p < 0.001 1.3 0.9 p < 0.001
7701/23,742 7858/24,653 310/7701 225/7858 310/23,742 225/24,653
4 415/1180 280/1175 5.0 4.8 35.2 23.8 p < 0.001 1.8 1.1 p < 0.001
1180/23,742 1175/24,653 415/1180 280/1175 415/23,742 280/24,653
5 1856/2304 1764/2535 9.7 10.3 80.6 65.6 p < 0.001 7.8 7.2 p = 0.0056
2304/23,742 2535/24,653 1856/2304 1764/2535 1856/23,742 1764/24,653
6 473/494 420/493 2.1 2.0 95.8 85.2 p < 0.001 2.0 1.7 p = 0.018
494/23,742 493/24,653 473/494 420/493 473/23,742 420/24,653
7 250/283 245/286 1.2 1.2 88.3 85.7 p = 0.34 1.1 1.0 p = 0.516
283/23,742 286/24,653 250/283 245/286 250/23,742 245/24,653
8 210/312 176/305 1.3 1.2 67.3 57.7 p = 0.014 0.9 0.7 p = 0.035
312/23,742 305/24,653 210/312 176/305 210/23,742 176/24,653
9 105/107 67/68 0.5 0.3 98.1 98.5 p = 0.84 0.4 0.3 p = 0.0016
107/23,742 68/24,653 105/107 67/68 105/23,742 67/24,653
10 313/1087 281/1048 4.6 4.3 28.8 26.8 p = 0.31 1.3 1.1 p = 0.075
1087/23,742 1048/24,653 313/1087 281/1048 313/23,742 281/24,653