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Table 6 Safe delivery practices assisted by skilled sources by selected socio-economic variables

From: Socio-economic factors explain differences in public health-related variables among women in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional study

Characteristics   Unadjusted comparison Multivariate
   N (% yes) P OR 95% CI P
Slum Non-slum 212 (40.1)   1.00   
  Slum 62 (17.7) 0.001 0.45 0.21–0.96 0.038
Place of residence Town/city 60 (60.0)   1.00   
  Country side 214 (28.0) <0.001 0.30 0.15–0.58 <0.001
Composite variable of household characteristics Poor 84 (19.0)   1.00   
  Not-poor 190 (42.1) <0.001 1.28 0.62–2.65 0.501
Composite variable of mass media access Not at all 55 (18.2)   1.00   
  At least one media 219 (39.3) 0.003 1.23 0.54–2.79 0.628
Education No education 77 (16.9)   1.00   
  1–5 years education 81 (25.9) 0.169 1.54 0.67–3.55 0.309
  6+ years education 116 (53.4) <0.001 4.34 1.93–9.78 <0.001
  1. Percentage of safe delivery practices