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Table 2 Delivery of health services and anaemia prophylaxis to mothers and their children

From: Factors Influencing Receipt of Iron Supplementation by Young Children and their Mothers in Rural India: Local and National Cross-Sectional Studies

  N n (% [95% CI])
Health Services Provided to Mother
Antenatal visits by health worker1 375 374 (99.7 [99.2, 100.0])
Had postnatal health worker visit 370 167 ([45.1 (40.4, 50.3])
Health Services Provided to Child
Vaccinations:   
Birth 403 394 (97.8 [96.3, 99.2])
6 weeks 399 386 (96.7 [95.0, 98.5 ])
10 weeks 399 384 (96.2 [94.4, 98.1])
14 weeks 399 366 (91.7 [89.0, 94.4])
9 months 403 393 (97.5 [96.0, 99.0])
Fully vaccinated 403 359 (89.1 [86.0, 92.1])
Vitamin A supplementation received ever 403 403 (100.0%)
Child has ever visited:   
Doctor 403 386 [95.8 (93.8, 97.8)]
Primary Health Centre 402 329 (81.8 [78.1, 85.6])
Anganwadi Centre 403 435 (85.6 [82.2, 89.1])
Maternal anaemia prophylaxis measures
Blood test during pregnancy 374 292 (78.1 [73.9, 82.3])
Iron supplementation during pregnancy 376 345 (91.7 [89.0, 94.6])
Dose of iron received   
0 tablets 375 30 (8.0 [5.2, 10.7))
10-20 tablets 375 108 (28.8 [24.2, 33.4])
30-40 tablets 375 165 (44.0 [39.0, 49.1])
50-60 tablets 375 58 (15.5 [11.8, 19.1])
70-80 tablets 375 12 (3.2 [1.4, 5.0])
> 80 tablets 375 2 (0.5 [0.0, 1.3])
Iron supplementation post pregnancy 370 86 (23.2 [18.9, 27.6])
Children's anaemia prophylaxis measures
Child had received iron supplementation 402 167 (41.5 [36.7, 46.4])
Source of iron supplementation   
Private doctor 161 91 (56.5 [48.8, 64.3])
Private shop 161 24 (14.9 [9.3, 20.5])
Primary Health Centre 161 35 (21.7 [15.3, 28.2])
Sub-centre health worker 161 8 (5.0 [1.6, 8.4])
Anganwadi worker 161 3 (1.9 [0.0, 4.0])
  1. 1 Median number of antenatal health worker visits 6 [range 0, 9]