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Table 4 Overall outcomes of multivariate regression analysis where the number of failures in receiving healthcare services was considered as dependent variable

From: Barriers in access to healthcare services for individuals with disorders of sex differentiation in Bangladesh: an analysis of regional representative cross-sectional data

Independent variables Unadjusted Coefficient Adjusted Coefficient t-values p-values Percentage of failures (Number of failures/Number of trials)
Barrier 1 −0.065 − 0.271 −2.842 0.005 57.81 (629/1088)
Barrier 2 −0.063 − 0.205 −2.743 0.006 55.78 (1249/2239)
Barrier 3 −0.080 − 0.288 −3.511 0.000 56.91 (1194/2098)
Barrier 4 −0.057 −0.195 −2.487 0.013 56.21 (1390/2473)
Barrier 5 −0.038 −0.164 −1.666 0.096 55.86 (791/1416)
  1. Note: Numbers within parentheses of the left terminal column indicating the total number of failures/total number of trial. t-value is the t-statistics. Unadjusted coefficient: Not adjusted with any covariates. Barrier 1: non-friendly interactions by non-clinical hospital’s staff; Barrier 2: non-friendly interaction by physicians; Barrier 3: public fright as general people do not want to mingle with DSD person; Barrier 4: undesirable excess public interest as general people congregate around DSD person; Barrier 5: limitation of the treatment opportunities of hospitals to merely male or female patient
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