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Table 4 Characteristics of women most associated with biomedical care-seeking among 191 women who experienced one or more pregnancy-related complications (model 2)

From: Appropriateness and timeliness of care-seeking for complications of pregnancy and childbirth in rural Ethiopia: a case study of the Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia Partnership

Characteristics OR (95% CI) p value
Amhara region of residence (vs. Oromiya) 1.40 (0.69, 2.86) 0.35
Age, years 1.05 (0.99, 1.11) 0.12
Educational level, highest completed   0.40
 Any primary (vs. none) 0.79 (0.33, 1.88)
 Any secondary or higher (vs. none) 2.96 (0.42, 20.65)
Husband has any education (vs. none)a 1.79 (0.85, 3.74) 0.12
Any land ownership (vs. none) 0.39 (0.16, 0.95) 0.04
Any ANC from skilled provider or HEW 1.02 (0.42, 2.48) 0.97
CMNH Family Meeting attendanceb   0.06
 ≥ 2 meetings, alone (vs. < 2) 2.08 (0.75, 5.74)
 ≥ 2 meetings, with family team (vs. < 2) 0.60 (0.27, 1.32)
Gave birth with a skilled provider or HEW (vs. unskilled or alone) 2.74 (1.36, 5.53) 0.005
  1. a Not currently married (5). b Missing (19)