Table 3

Cross-sectional population: Low maternal awareness of fetal activity and maternal characteristics (N = 1431)*

Pre-intervention, n = 692

Post-intervention, n = 739


Low maternal awareness†

n = 78 (11.7%)

Low maternal awareness†

n = 62 (8.9%)


Maternal characteristics

Values

n (%)

Crude OR

(95% CI)

Adj OR

(95% CI)

Values

n (%)

Crude OR (95% CI)

Adj OR

(95% CI)


Primiparous

(reference: multiparous)

287 (43.1)

0.57(0.34-0.96)

p = 0.032

0.87 (0.58-1.30)

p = 0.494

300 (41.4)

0.98 (0.57-1.67)

p = 0.930

Not included

Age ≥ 35 yrs

(reference: <35 years old)

133 (19.6)

2.67(1.61-4.45)

p < 0.001

1.64(1.06-2.54)

p = 0.026

147 (19.9)

1.38 (0.76-2.51)

p = 0.290

1.34 (0.74-2.52)

p = 0.316

BMI >25 kg/m2

(reference: BMI ≤ 25 kg/m2)

221 (32.8)

1.38 (0.84-2.27)

p = 0.208

0.77 (0.50-1.18)

p = 0.226

158 (27.5)

0.53 (0.27-1.04)

p = 0.063

0.43(0.21-0.89)

p = 0.024

Smokers

(reference: non-smokers)

50 (7.4)

0.67 (0.24-2.00)

p = 0.503

Not included

48 (6.4)

0.74 (0.22-2.46)

p = 0.622

Not included

Non-Western origin

(reference: Western origin)

39 (5.7)

2.54(1.11-5.83)

p = 0.023

1.79 (0.83-3.83)

p = 0.226

29 (3.6)

3.50(1.34-9.08)

p = 0.006

3.34(1.27-8.78)

p = 0.015


* Detailed results from the baseline population are presented elsewhere [10].

† Univariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses with 95% CI for the associations between the analyzed groups. Denominators vary due to missing values. Bold numbers indicate significant values.

§Multivariate logistic regression analyses with 95% CI, adjusting for the covariates (parity, maternal age, BMI, smoking habits, maternal origin)

Saastad et al. BMC Research Notes 2010 3:2   doi:10.1186/1756-0500-3-2

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