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Table 3 Outcomes of singleton pregnancy women grouped by intrapartum transfer status* – (percentages relate to known cases)

From: Journey of vulnerability: a mixed-methods study to understand intrapartum transfers in Tanzania and Zambia

 Both CountriesTanzaniaZambia
Not ITITNot ITITNot ITIT
N = 1465N = 465N = 855N = 104N = 610N = 361
Status of baby
 Livebirth1308 (89%)334 (72%)744 (87%)38 (37%)564 (92%)296 (82%)
 Stillbirth129 (9%)111 (24%)90 (11%)56 (54%)39 (6%)55 (15%)
 Neonatal Death28 (2%)20 (4%)21 (2%)10 (10%)7 (1%)10 (3%)
Status of mother
 Alive1452 (99%)449 (97%)849 (99%)93 (89%)603 (99%)356 (99%)
 Dead13 (1%)16 (3%)6 (1%)11 (11%)7 (1%)5 (1%)
Maternal near-miss
 No828 (89%)109 (54%)797 (94%)84 (82%)31 (36%)25 (25%)
 Yes103 (11%)93 (46%)49 (6%)18 (18%)54 (64%)75 (75%)
Unknown53426392525261
Delay 1
 No582 (51%)171 (61%)337 (40%)22 (23%)254 (78%)149 (81%)
 Yes569 (49%)110 (39%)496 (60%)75 (77%)73 (22%)35 (19%)
Unknown314184227292177
Delay 2
 No1341 (93%)310 (68%)764 (92%)73 (76%)577 (95%)237 (66%)
 Yes94 (7%)144 (32%)63 (8%)23 (24%)31 (5%)121 (34%)
Unknown301128823
Delay 3
 No1272 (89%)376 (83%)705 (85%)82 (87%)567 (93%)294 (82%)
 Yes164 (11%)75 (17%)123 (15%)12 (13%)41 (7%)63 (18%)
Unknown2914271024
  1. 3 singleton pregnancies were not included due to missing intrapartum transfer status