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Table 4 Association between maternal origin and cesarean delivery during labor in the 5A Robson category (n = 249)

From: Differential rates of cesarean delivery by maternal geographical origin: a cohort study in France

Variable Cesarean delivery during labor versus vaginal delivery
OR [95% CI] aORa [95% CI] aORb [95% CI]
Group
 Fr 1 1 1
 SSA 1.99 [1.11–3.56] 3.02 [1.47–6.23] 2.95 [1.35–6.44]
Maternal age (years) c   0.97 [0.91–1.03] 0.97 [0.91–1.03]
Body mass index (kg/m2)c   1.08 [1.02–1.14] 1.08 [1.02–1.14]
Parity
 0–1   1 1
 ≥ 2   0.32 [0.16–0.67] 0.32 [0.16–0.67]
Medical risk level at the beginning of pregnancyd
 Low   1 1
 High   1.54 [0.80–2.99] 1.55 [0.80–3.00]
Adequacy of prenatal care utilizationd
 Inadequate   1.65 [0.67–4.07] 1.65 [0.67–4.05]
 Intermediate   1.07 [0.35–3.30] 1.08 [0.35–3.32]
 Adequate   1 1
 Adequate plus   2.14 [0.84–5.46] 2.14 [0.84–5.48]
Estimation of fetal weightd
 Normal or small for gestational age   1 1
 Large for gestational age   12.73 [1.71–94.47] 12.84 [1.73–95.33]
Complications during pregnancyd
 No   1 1
 Yes   0.98 [0.33–2.90] 0.98 [0.33–2.90]
Social deprivationd
 No    1
 Yes    1.07 [0.51–2.25]
  1. Abbreviations: OR odds-ratio, aOR adjusted OR, 95% CI 95% confidence interval, Fr group women born in mainland France and originally from mainland France, SSA group women born in Sub-Saharan Africa and originally from Sub-Saharan Africa. Statistically significant results appear in boldface
  2. aLogistic regression models including all variables in the column (except social deprivation) + maternity unit of delivery; imputed data
  3. bLogistic regression models including all variables in the column + maternity unit of delivery; imputed data
  4. cContinuous variables
  5. dSee definitions in Table 1