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Table 3 Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression of the likelihood to be prepared for birth and complications among semi pastoral pregnant women, Bule Hora, Oromia, Ethiopia, 2016

From: Level and factors associated with birth preparedness and complication readiness among semi-pastoral pregnant women in southern Ethiopia, 2016

Variables BPCR OR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI) P value
Yes No
Age of respondents
 16–24 49 147 1 1  
 25–34 109 275 1.189 (1.08–1.7) 1.83 (1.55–3.22) 0.004
 35–49 44 122 1.08 (0.064–1.736) 0.71 (.36–1.38)  
Education of woman
 Formal 157 166 7.95 (5.44–.11.59) 4.65 (2.49–8.63) P < 0.001
 Not formal 45 378 1 1  
Education of husband
 Formal 165 293 3.97 (2.65–5.94) 3.35 (1.83–6.14) P = 0.002
 Not formal 37 247 1 1  
Occupation of husband
 Farmer 151 500 1 1  
 Merchant 27 19 4.65 (2.52–8.61) 3.83 (1.52–9.64) P < 0.001
 Employed 23 1 9.17 (3.25–25.89) 2.76 (1.10–5.54)  
Parity
 ≤ 2 61 189 1 1 P = 0.14
 > 3 132 344 1.28 (1.07–1.69) 1.39 (0.72–2.67)  
Knowledge at least two sign during pregnancy
 Yes 162 142 11.4 (7.72–17.02) 3.32 (1.64–6.69) P = 0.001
 No 40 402 1 1  
Knowledge at two danger signs during labor
 Yes 161 119 9.36 (6.37–13.76) 3.13 (1.58–6.20) P < 0.001
 No 41 425 1 1  
Knowledge of at least two danger signs after delivery
 Yes 153 101 13.69 (9.29–20.18) 3.75 (1.93–7.28) P < 0.001
 No 49 443 1 1  
ANC visit
 < 4 89 456 1 1  
 ≥ 4 113 14 19.9 (9.67–38.877) 17.78 (7.11–44.47) P < 0.001