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Table 4 Multiple regression analysis of Iodine insufficiency effects on neonatal outcomes

From: Maternal and neonatal outcomes and determinants of iodine deficiency in third trimester of pregnancy in an iodine sufficient area

OutcomesAOR, 95% CIP-value
NICU admission14.64 (1.81–11.9)0.001
Preterm birth23.29 (1.51–7.1)0.003
Neonatal hypothyroidism31.744 (0.92–3.2)0.083
  1. 1 This model was adjusted for maternal age, parity, pregnancy type, mother education, recent pregnancy time interval, weight gain during pregnancy, delivery type, smoking, Birth weight and Apgar score
  2. 2 This model was adjusted for maternal age, parity, pregnancy type, mother education, recent pregnancy time interval, weight gain during pregnancy and smoking
  3. 3 This model was adjusted for maternal age, parity, pregnancy type, mother education, recent pregnancy time interval, weight gain during pregnancy, delivery type, smoking and Birth weight
  4. 4 Derived from ordinal logistic regression