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Table 2 Association of women socio-demographic and other Health seeking behavior with none exclusive breastfeeding practice by bivariate and multivariate analysis in selected public facilities at Dessie town, May, 2017

From: Determinants of none-exclusive breast feeding practice among HIV positive women at selected Health Institutions in Ethiopia: case control study

Variables Cases (n = 83) Control (n = 166) COR [95% CI] AOR [95% CI] P-value
Urban residence 76 165 15.1 [0.008–0.544] 1.2 [0.039–13.388] 0.828
Completed secondary education 49 123 6.772 [0.877–52.281] 10.351 [1.297–82.628] 0.027
Employed women 48 49 3.275 [1.892–5.668] 4.363 [2.324–8.191] 0.001
Home delivery 67 165 40 [0.003–0.195] 0.029 [0.004–0.235] 0.001
ANC attendance 74 161 3.9 [0.083–0.788] 1.635 [0.303–8.830] 0.568
HIV disclosure 79 165 8.33 [0.013–1.089] 8 [0.006–2.423] 0.169
  1. Italic shows variables significantly associated with non exclusive breast feeding
  2. COR crude odds ratio, AOR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence interval, ANC antenatal care