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Table 6 Predicted Probability of Late/No Prenatal Care Utilization in Total Study Population for Low, Average, and High Social Status Characteristics

From: Social determinants of health and disparities in prenatal care utilization during the Great Recession period 2005-2010

  Baseline Period Period 1   Period 2
Total Prob.* [95% Conf. Interval] Prob.* [95% Conf. Interval] Prob.* [95% Conf. Interval]
Low Social Disadvantage Case
 Non-Hispanic White 0.033* 0.024–0.043 0.033* 0.022–0.045 0.039* 0.029–0.049
 Hispanic White 0.053* 0.029–0.077 0.040* 0.017–0.063 0.048* 0.030–0.066
 Non-Hispanic Black 0.066* 0.048–0.084 0.070* 0.051–0.089 0.076* 0.061–0.091
Average Case
 Non-Hispanic White 0.116* 0.106–0.126 0.126* 0.116–0.136 0.121* 0.111–0.131
 Hispanic White 0.136* 0.113–0.159 0.133* 0.114–0.152 0.130* 0.113–0.146
 Non-Hispanic Black 0.149* 0.133–0.164 0.163* 0.149–0.178 0.158* 0.145–0.171
High Social Disadvantage Case
 Non-Hispanic White 0.446* 0.377–0.514 0.446* 0.386–0.505 0.379* 0.334–0.423
 Hispanic White 0.465* 0.398–0.532 0.452* 0.397–0.508 0.387* 0.344–0.431
 Non-Hispanic Black 0.478* 0.412–0.543 0.482* 0.429–0.535 0.415* 0.373–0.458
  1. *P < .05 was used to establish statistical significance and is indicated with an asterisk (*)
  2. Abbreviations (in order of appearance from top to bottom): Late/No PNC: late (after first trimester) or non-entry to prenatal care; Prob: probability; SE: standard error; Conf.: confidence (for confidence interval)