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Table 2 Association between socio-demographic factors and bacteriuria in pregnancy

From: Clinical presentation, risk factors and pathogens involved in bacteriuria of pregnant women attending antenatal clinic of 3 hospitals in a developing country: a cross sectional analytic study

characteristics bacteriuria   OR (IC à 95%) p
positive negative total
Age
 18–22 5(11.1) 40(88. 9) 45(12.7) 1  
 23–27 12(10.2) 106(89.8) 118(33.3) 0.906 (0.3–2.734) 0.86
 28–32 13(10.8) 107(89.2) 120(33.9) 0.972 (0.326–2.901) 0.95
 33–37 3(5.4) 53(94.6) 56(15.8) 0.453 (0.102–2.008) 0.29
 38–42 2(13.3) 13(86.7) 15(4.2) 1.231 (0.213–7.12) 0.81
Marital status
 Single 17(13.8) 106(86.2) 123(65.3)   
 Married 18(7.8) 213(92.2) 231(34.7) 0.537 (0.252–1.145) 0.11
Education
 illiterate 2(50) 2(50) 4(1.1) 1  
 Primary 3(7.9) 35(92.1) 38(10.7) 0.088 (0.009–0.872) 0.037
 Secondary 14(10.1) 124(89.9) 138(39) 0.113 (0.015–0.874) 0.036
 University 16(9.2) 158(90.8) 174(49.2) 0.106 (0.014–0.81) 0.03
Income /Month
 No income 17(8.6) 180(91.4) 197(55.6) 1  
  ≤ 35,000 5(10.6) 42(89.4) 47(13.3) 1.237 (0.409–3.74) 0.70
  > 35,000 13(11.8) 97(88.2) 110(31.1) 0.738 (0.255–2.135) 0.57
  1. The significance of entries in boldface: significant p value