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Table 2 A new partner is a risk factor for preeclampsia

From: Non-additive effects of ACVR2A in preeclampsia in a Philippine population

Variable Category No Yes Pearson’s correlation P value OR
Smoking NP 181 17    
PE 167 16 0.003 0.957 1.020077
Alcohol NP 184 14    
PE 165 18 1.737 0.333 1.433766
Nulliparous NP 109 89    
PE 108 75 0.61 0.435 0.8504994
   Previous New    
Partner NP 173 25    
PE2 140 43 7.67 0.006* 2.125
  1. Data used odds ratio (OR) for binary logistic regression and for multinomial logistic regression
  2. NP Normal pregnancy, PE Preeclampsia
  3. *P values < 0.05 are statistically significant
  4. Among the risk factors analyzed (smoking, alcoholic beverage consumption, nulliparity, and having a new partner) in preeclampsia patients and controls with normal pregnancy, only having a new partner was associated with increased risk of preeclampsia.