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Table 5 Spearman correlation coefficients between characteristics related to CS

From: Indicators for mode of delivery in pregnant women with uteruses scarred by prior caesarean section: a retrospective study of 679 pregnant women

 M. age (Years)G. age (weeks)Retarded birthAbnormal AFAbnormal APComorbiditySuspected URAbnormal PWeight (g)Apgar score
M. age (Years)1.000−0.026−0.045− 0.006− 0.0050.043−0.0340.0060.0500.020
G. age (weeks)− 0.0261.0000.571**0.069−0.130*− 0.086− 0.231**−0.110*0.307**0.002
Retarded birth−0.0450.571**1.000−0.172**− 0.197**− 0.108− 0.167**− 0.0890.170**0.097
Abnormal AF−0.0060.069−0.172**1.000−0.149**− 0.082− 0.096−0.110*0.094−0.268**
Abnormal AP−0.005−0.130*− 0.197**−0.149**1.000−0.093− 0.145**− 0.126*− 0.0980.084
Comorbidity0.043−0.086− 0.108− 0.082− 0.0931.000−0.079− 0.069− 0.079− 0.028
Suspected UR−0.034− 0.231**− 0.167**− 0.096− 0.145**− 0.0791.000− 0.072− 0.191**0.071
Malp.0.006−0.110*−0.089− 0.110*− 0.126*− 0.069−0.0721.0000.0060.062
Weight (g)0.0500.307**0.170**0.094−0.098− 0.079− 0.191**0.0061.0000.067
Apgar score0.0200.0020.097−0.268**0.084−0.0280.0710.0620.0671.000
  1. G. age, gestational age; M. age, maternal age; AF, amniotic fluid, included less and pollution; AP, active phase. Abnormal AP includes protracted active phase dilatation, protracted descent pattern and prolonged latent phase of labor. Comorbidity includes hypertension, diabetes and preeclampsia or eclampsia; UR, uterus rupture; Malp (malpresentation), abnormal presentation, includes breech presentation and transverse presentation; *, p < 0.05; ** p < 0.01