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Table 2 Association between avoidance of secondhand smoke exposure /cessation of drinking and PCC services utilization before conception among pregnant women

From: Utilization of preconception care and its impacts on health behavior changes among expectant couples in Shanghai, China

Avoidance of secondhand smoke exposure before conception(N = 173a) Drinking cessation before conception(N = 59a)
  n(%)b cOR (95% CI) aOR(95% CI)c P n(%)b cOR (95% CI) aOR (95% CI) c P
Utilization of PCC services
 Yes 46 (63.89) 0.78 (0.41, 1.49) 0.75 (0.38, 1.49) 0.410 13 (61.90) 2.01 (0.68, 5.96) 1.43 (0.38, 5.34) 0.592
 No 70 (69.31) 1.00 1.00   17 (44.74) 1.00 1.00  
  1. PCC Preconception Care, cOR crude odds ratio, aOR adjusted odds ratio
  2. a Logistic regression was performed among women who reported they were exposed to secondhand smoke (N = 173)/drank(N = 59) before pregnancy
  3. b Unweighted n, weighted percent
  4. c Adjusted for education level, family income per month, age, household registration, employment status, parity