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Table 3 Population characteristics by number of baby follow-ups

From: Evaluation of the impact of a mobile health system on adherence to antenatal and postnatal care and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV programs in Kenya

Characteristic Total ≥6 <6 p-value
  N = 650 N = 556 N = 94  
  N % n % n %  
Age (Years)        
<15 3 0.5 3 0.5 0 0.0 0.0922
15-19 127 19.5 108 19.4 19 20.2  
20-24 227 34.9 201 36.2 26 27.7  
25-29 148 22.8 123 22.1 25 26.6  
30-34 91 14.0 73 13.1 18 19.2  
35-39 47 7.2 43 7.7 4 4.3  
40-44 6 0.9 5 0.9 1 1.1  
45-49 1 0.2 0 0.0 1 1.1  
Facility        
Gongo HC 75 11.5 64 11.5 11 11.7 <0.0001
Lihanda HC 50 7.7 46 8.3 4 4.3  
Marenyo HC 75 11.5 72 13.0 3 3.2  
Masogo Disp 75 11.5 58 10.4 17 18.1  
Mindhine Disp 75 11.5 66 11.9 9 9.6  
Nyawara HC 75 11.5 72 13.0 3 3.2  
Ramula HC 75 11.5 71 12.8 4 4.3  
Sauri HC 75 11.5 49 8.8 26 27.7  
Yala SDH 75 11.5 58 10.4 17 18.1  
Intervention*        
0 200 30.8 150 27.0 50 53.2 <0.0001
1 225 34.6 189 34.0 36 38.3  
2 225 34.6 217 39.0 8 8.5  
Trimester of 1st ANC Visit        
1st 4 0.7 4 0.8 0 0.0 0.9517
2nd 348 56.9 297 56.9 51 56.7  
3rd 260 42.5 221 42.3 39 43.3  
Missing 38       
Mother's HIV Status        
Negative 474 72.9 411 73.9 63 67.0 0.1638
Positive 176 27.1 145 26.1 31 33.0  
Marital Status        
Married 593 91.2 504 90.7 89 94.7 0.5720
Widowed 2 0.3 2 0.4 0 0.0  
Single 54 8.3 49 8.8 5 5.3  
Separated 1 0.2 1 0.2 0 0.0  
Parity        
0 153 23.5 129 23.2 24 25.5 0.4654
1-3 392 60.3 339 61.0 53 56.4  
4-6 97 14.9 80 14.4 17 18.1  
≥7 8 1.2 8 1.4 0 0.0  
Key        
  1. *Intervention: 0 = outside cluster and outside APAS, 1 = in cluster and outside APAS, 2 = in cluster and in APAS.
  2. Italicized p-value = Derived from Fisher’s exact test (not chi-square).
  3. Bold figures = Significant association.