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Table 4 Factors Associated with Early Utilization of Antenatal Care

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

   No. % COR(95%CI) AOR(95%CI)
Age <25 years 63 21.7 1 1
25-30 years 30 15.5 0.7(0.4-1.1) 0.7(0.4-1.2)
>30 years 33 21 1.0(0.6-1.5) 1.3(0.6-2.5)
Husband’s residency status (hukou) Other 111 18.9 1 1
Shanghai 19 26 1.5(0.9-2.7) 1.8(1.0-3.6)
Years of education a <10 years 89 20.3 1 1
>=10 years 40 18.4 0.9(0.6-1.3) 0.8(0.4-1.3)
Employment status before and during pregnancy None 49 22.2 1 1
Before only 66 19.9 0.9(0.6-1.3) 0.8(0.5-1.3)
Before and during 15 13.9 0.6(0.3-1.1) 0.5(0.2-1.0)
Health insurance status Without 41 17.5 1 1
With 83 20.5 1.2(0.8-1.8) 1.3(0.8-2.1)
Husband’s years of education <10 years 75 20.4 1 1
>=10 years 50 19.5 0.9(0.6-1.4) 0.8(05–1.4)
Household income Low 33 14.7 1 1
Middle 42 21.8 1.6(1.0-2.7) 1.9(1.1-3.4)
High 54 25.2 2.0(1.2-3.2) 3.5(1.7-5.5)
Pregnancy and delivery history Previously delivered 54 18.4 1 1
Previously pregnant, did not deliver 19 14.2 0.7(0.4-1.3) 0.7(0.4-1.4)
  First pregnancy 57 24.5 1.4(1.0-2.2) 1.7(0.9-3.0)
  1. COR crude odds ratio.
  2. AOR adjusted odds ratio.