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Table 2 Health service utilization and related characteristics of participants in North showa, Zone Oromia Region, Dec. 2012

From: Determinants of perinatal mortality among cohorts of pregnant women in three districts of North Showa zone, Oromia Region, Ethiopia: Community based nested case control study

Variables Cases(n=73) Controls(n=146)
Having ANC visit   
 Yes 56(76.7%) 121(82.9%)
 No 17(23.3%) 25(17.1%)
Gestational Age at first ANC   
 First trimester 11(24.4%) 18(17.1%)
 Second trimester 23(51.1%) 59(56.2%)
 Third trimester 11(24.4%) 28(26.7%)
TT vaccination   
 Yes 47(64.4%) 105(71.9%)
 No 26(35.6%) 41(28.1%)
Dose of TT vaccination   
 Single dose 6(12.8%) 20(19.0%)
 Two to Three doses 35(74.5%) 73(69.5%)
 Four to Five doses 6(12.8%) 12(11.4%)
Postnatal visit within 7 days   
 Yes 34(46.6%) 72(49.3%)
 No 39(53.4%) 74(50.7%)
Previous birth intervals   
 Less than two years 15(20.5%) 18(12.3%)
 Two years 7(9.6%) 9(6.2%)
 More than two years 51(69.9%) 119(81.5%)
Walking distance from the nearest health facility   
 < 1 hour 24(32.9%) 51(34.9%)
 1-2 hours 42(57.5%) 91(62.3%)
 > 2 hours 7(9.6%) 4(2.7%)
Place of delivery   
 Home 56(76.7%) 136(93.2%)
 Health Facility 17(23.3%) 10(6.8%)