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TableĀ 4 Factors associated with maternal knowledge of neonatal danger signs

From: Knowledge of neonatal danger signs among mothers attending well baby clinic in Nakuru Central District, Kenya: cross sectional descriptive study

Attributes

Body hotness

Breathing difficulty

Convulsion

Drowsiness

Breastfeeding inability

Cold extremities

Abdominal distension

Jaundice

Age

0.340

0.010

0.055

0.615

0.359

0.487

0.611

0.613

Marital status

0.217

0.191

0.032

0.382

0.08

0.301

0.075

0.965

Education level

0.003

0.016

0.365

0.244

0.59

0.439

0.234

0.304

Parity

0.890

0.691

0.028

0.636

0.013

0.746

0.569

0.252

ANC accompaniment by spouse

0.272

0.850

0.41

0.349

0.006

0.044

0.103

0.413

PNC accompaniment by spouse

0.003

0.992

0.57

0.973

0.008

0.309

0.005

0.174

Danger signs information to mother

0.002

0.951

0.000

0.027

0.000

0.001

0.002

0.171

Explanation of MCH booklet by care provider during ANC

0.003

0.159

0.184

0.152

0.987

0.387

0.320

0.568

Mother read MCH booklet

0.002

0.951

0.000

0.027

0.000

0.001

0.984

0.212

  1. The values in the tables are P values from Chi square tests