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Table 2 General Information of study subjects (n=767)

From: The utilization of antenatal care among rural-to-urban migrant women in Shanghai:a hospital-based cross-sectional study

   No. %
Demographic information
Age (years)* 26±5
Duration of stay in Shanghai (years) **   4 (2–7)
Husband’s residency status Shanghai 74 9.6
Other 693 90.4
Socioeconomic information
Women’s years of education More than 10 years 239 31.4
7-10 years 422 55.4
Less than 7 years 93 12.2
Illiterate 8 1.0
Employment status Before & during pregnancy 119 15.5
Before pregnancy only 384 50.1
Unemployed throughout 264 34.4
Health insurance status Rural cooperation insurance 370 49.8
Other a 86 12.6
None 287 38.6
Husband’s years of education More than 10 years 283 39.1
7-10 years 402 55.6
Less than 7 years 36 5.0
Illiterate 2 0.3
Household income (CNY)** Low 269 5000(3333–6250)
Middle 219 10000(9000–12000)
High 243 22500(18000–33333)
Pregnancy and delivery history
First pregnancy   274 35.7
Previously pregnant but did not deliver 147 19.2
Previously delivered 346 45.1
Yes 730 95.9
No 31 4.1
aPersonal opinion of antenatal care
Necessary 705 92.4
Unnecessary 58 7.6
  1. * Mean±Std.
  2. ** Median (25% - 75%).
  3. a Including Shanghai urban resident basic medical insurance, Shanghai rural cooperative medical scheme, and commercial health insurance.