|Significant predictors of spontaneous abortion, preterm delivery, caesarean delivery|
|Higher age at conception||1.23||1.04 - 1.46||0.018|
|Previous pregnancies||3.12||1.01 - 9.69||0.048|
|Caesarean delivery||0.22||0.10 – 0.49||< 0.001|
|Gestational age||0.72||0.62 – 0.85||< 0.001|
|Education||0.90||0.81 – 0.98||0.022|
* Other possible predictors included in the models (age at conception, educational level, disease duration, Expanded Disability Status Scale, previous pregnancies and abortions, smoking, alcohol glucocorticoid and substance exposure during pregnancy, gestational age, caesarean delivery, gender of the baby) were not significantly associated with the dependent variable (p > 0.11).
OR: Odd Ratio; CI: Confidence Interval.
Giannini et al.
Giannini et al. BMC Neurology 2012 12:124 doi:10.1186/1471-2377-12-124