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Table 1 Characteristics of participants who answered the questionnaire and participants who also provided one stool sample

From: Prevalence and risk factors for intestinal parasitic infections in pregnant women residing in three districts of Bogotá, Colombia

Characteristic Participants with questionnaires only Participants with questionnaires and stool samples p value
Total: 210 Total: 340
Nmissing N % Nmissing N %
City district of Bogotá
 Ciudad Bolívar 0 199 94.8 0 200 58.8 < 0.001
 Kennedy 9 4.3 118 34.7
 Usaquén 2 1.0 22 6.5
Stratuma
 One 0 168 80.0 0 172 50.6 < 0.001
 Two 42 20.0 168 49.4
Ethnicity
 Minority groupb 0 14 6.7 1 24 7.1 0.5
 Majority group 196 93.3 315 92.9
Occupation
 Family maker/housewife 0 156 74.3 0 265 77.9 0.436
 Student 19 9.0 35 10.3
 Sales and services 19 9.0 22 6.5
 Other 16 7.6 18 5.3
Level of education
 Elementary school 0 35 16.7 0 38 11.2 0.116
 Secondary school 147 70.0 243 71.5
 Higher education 28 13.3 59 17.4
Civil status
 Single 0 67 31.9 0 103 30.3 0.380
 Married or cohabiting 143 68.1 237 69.7
Covered by social health insurance
 Yes 0 168 80.0 0 300 88.2 0.010
 No 42 20.0 40 11.8
Victim of forced displacement
 Yes 0 41 19.5 0 66 19.4 0.974
 No 169 80.5 274 80.6
Monthly incomec
  ≤ 1 Minimum wage 48 108 66.7 18 245 76.1 0.088
  > 1 Minimum wage 54 33.3 77 23.9
Parity
 Nulliparous 2 100 48.1 1 185 54.6 0.140
 Multiparous 108 51.9 154 45.4
Trimester
 First 13 43 21.8 6 63 18.9 0.202
 Second 74 37.6 152 45.5
 Third 80 40.6 119 35.6
Last deworming of participant
 Less than 1 year ago 31 28 15.7 32 62 20.1 0.200
 More than 1 year ago 77 43.0 109 35.4
 Never 74 41.3 137 44.5
  1. aSocioeconomic classification in Colombia
  2. bAfrocolombian and native ethnic people
  3. cMinimum monthly Colombian income (for 2016) = USD 233