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Table 4 Multilevel mix-effects logistic regression of postnatal visits among urban and rural women

From: Exploring status and determinants of prenatal and postnatal visits in western China: in the background of the new health system reform

  Urban Rural
OR 95% CI P OR 95% CI P
Health reform
 Before 1.00     1.00    
 After 6.75 1.93 23.63 0.003 3.15 1.54 6.48 0.002
Age
  ≤ 25 1.00     1.00    
 26–30 1.12 0.63 2.00 0.698 1.07 0.62 1.86 0.795
  ≥ 31 0.58 0.28 1.21 0.145 1.87 0.95 3.68 0.069
Education
  ≤ Primary school 1.00     1.00    
 Middle school 1.13 0.50 2.54 0.764 2.16 1.23 3.79 0.008
  ≥ High school 1.46 0.59 3.61 0.407 2.02 0.94 4.68 0.070
Employment
 No 1.00     1.00    
 Yes 1.69 0.96 2.97 0.067 1.70 0.92 3.12 0.089
Annual Household income
 Poorest 1.00     1.00    
 Poorer 1.02 0.38 2.74 0.969 1.20 0.64 2.26 0.574
 Medium 0.74 0.28 1.93 0.533 1.61 0.80 3.22 0.182
 Richer 0.77 0.29 2.01 0.593 1.36 0.66 2.78 0.403
 Richest 0.55 0.20 1.50 0.243 1.24 0.55 2.80 0.598
Parity         
  ≤ 1 1.00     1.00    
  ≥ 2 1.01 0.56 1.83 0.961 0.79 0.45 1.38 0.406
Delivery institution
 Secondary and above 1.00     1.00    
  ≤ Primary institution 4.12 1.38 12.29 0.011 1.28 0.68 2.39 0.442
Delivery way
 Vaginal 1.00     1.00    
 Caesarean 0.79 0.47 1.35 0.390 1.03 0.60 1.78 0.916
Weight of newborn
 Low birthweight 1.00     1.00    
 Normal birthweight 0.35 0.09 1.37 0.132 0.78 0.28 2.22 0.647