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Table 3 Associations between IPC-BMI and index infant outcomes, Texas 2006–2012

From: Interpregnancy change in body mass index and infant outcomes in Texas: a population-based study

  LGA SGA PTB
Na aORb 95% CI Na aORc 95% CI Na aORd 95% CI
IPC-BMI 237/2121    186/2173    247/2116   
 <−1 38/368 0.70 (0.45, 1.09) 39/367 1.65 (1.01, 2.68) 61/345 1.88 (1.26, 2.81)
 −1 to < 0 24/267 0.68 (0.41, 1.14) 25/266 1.52 (0.89, 2.59) 32/259 1.20 (0.76, 1.90)
 0 to < 1 63/574 1.00 (Reference) 38/600 1.00 (Reference) 60/579 1.00 (Reference)
 1 to < 2 36/270 1.25 (0.80, 1.96) 27/279 1.47 (0.88, 2.48) 34/272 1.20 (0.76, 1.88)
 2 to < 3 30/180 1.47 (0.91, 2.39) 23/187 1.91 (1.10, 3.31) 13/198 0.62 (0.33, 1.16)
 ≥3 46/462 0.92 (0.61, 1.40) 34/474 1.04 (0.64, 1.70) 47/463 0.97 (0.64, 1.46)
  1. Abbreviations: aOR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence interval, IPC-BMI interpregnancy change in body mass index (kg/m2), LGA large for gestational age, PTB preterm birth, SGA small for gestational age
  2. aN, # affected / # unaffected
  3. bAdjusted for the following maternal variables: prepregnancy BMI at sibling pregnancy, race/ethnicity, smoking, gestational weight gain, height, age, and education
  4. cAdjusted for the following maternal variables: prepregnancy BMI at sibling pregnancy, race/ethnicity, smoking, gestational weight gain, and height
  5. dAdjusted for the following maternal variables: prepregnancy BMI at sibling pregnancy, race/ethnicity, smoking, and gestational weight gain