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Table 5 Risk factors for recurrent cesarean section for failed labor induction or labor dystocia (n = 117)

From: Success of trial of labor in women with a history of previous cesarean section for failed labor induction or labor dystocia: a retrospective cohort study

  Unadjusted recurrent failed induction or labor dystocia Adjusted recurrent failed induction or labor dystocia
  OR CI (95%) p-value OR CI (95%) p-value
Maternal age ≥ 37 1.2 0.7–2.1 0.47 1.4 0.8–2.6 0.23
IVF 1.0 0.3–3.4 0.93 0.88 0.2–3.6 0.85
Smoking 1.3 0.6–2.7 0.53 1.8 0.8–4.1 0.18
Height < 160 cm 1.6 1.0–2.6 0.04 1.9 1.1–3.1 0.01
BMI ≥ 35 1.6 0.8–3.2 0.15 1.6 0.8–3.4 0.22
No prior vaginal delivery 5.5 2.5–12.0 < 0.001 8.3 3.5–19.8 < 0.001
More than 2 years from previous CS 1.0 0.7–1.5 0.96 1.3 0.8–2.0 0.31
Diabetes, type 1 or gestational 1.7 1.1–2.6 0.02 1.8 1.0–3.0 0.04
Medication-dependent gestational diabetes 1.5 0.7–3.4 0.3 1.8 0.6–5.3 0.27
Post-term pregnancy (≥42 weeks) 2.3 1.3–4.3 0.007 2.3 0.7–7.3 0.15
Labor induction for post-term pregnancy 1.9 1.0–3.6 0.044 1.1 0.3–3.7 0.84
Labor induction for premature rupture of membranes 1.7 0.8–3.6 0.14 2.1 0.9–4.7 0.07
Labor induction for diabetes 1.5 0.7–3.2 0.28 1.0 0.4–2.8 0.98
Labor induction for non-diabetic macrosomia 5.6 1.3–25.6 0.03 10.8 2.1–55.9 0.005
Labor induction for fetal reason 2.1 0.6–7.1 0.24 3.2 0.9–11.7 0.75
Labor induction for maternal reason 0.9 0.4–2.0 0.83 1.4 0.4–3.2 0.4
Birthweight ≥4500 g 3.0 1.4–6.7 0.007 3.3 1.3–7.9 0.009