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Table 4 Odds ratio (and 95% confidence intervals) of pregnancy-induced hypertension stratified by educational level (n=923)

From: BMI mediates the association between low educational level and higher blood pressure during pregnancy in Japan

Educational level N (%) Unadjusted Full model‡
PIH 23 (2.5)   
High (n=467) 10 (2.1) Reference Reference
Mid (n=228) 7 (3.1) 1.45 (0.54, 3.85) 0.44 (0.076, 2.60)
Low (n=228) 6 (2.6) 1.24 (0.44, 3.44) 1.19 (0.31, 4.60)
  1. ‡Full model: adjusted for maternal age, parity, past medical history of hypertension, pregnancy-induced hypertension.
  2. Diabetes mellitus, renal disease, Family history of hypertension, pre-pregnancy body mass index, smoking, Salt intake.
  3. Alcohol intake, income, body weight gain until mid-pregnancy.