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Table 5 Division-wise 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

Division Independent variables Unadjusted Coefficient Adjusted Coefficient t-values p-values Percentage of failures (Number of failures/Number of trials)
Dhaka Barrier 1 −0.045 −0.144 −1.160 0.246 61.67 (280/454)
Barrier 2 −0.102 −0.279 −2.662 0.008 59.23 (398/672)
Barrier 3 0.067 0.191 1.749 0.081 59.08 (361/611)
Barrier 4 0.070 0.176 1.811 0.071 59.56 (536/900)
Barrier 5 0.065 0.168 1.703 0.089 54.53 (259/475)
Chittagong Barrier 1 −0.037 −0.149 −0.921 0.031 55.14 (252/457)
Barrier 2 −0.066 −0.195 −1.634 0.103 54.53 (337/618)
Barrier 3 0.092 0.336 2.283 0.023 54.38 (323/594)
Barrier 4 0.055 0.195 1.346 0.179 54.07 (379/701)
Barrier 5 −0.096 −0.358 −2.364 0.018 58.77 (134/228)
Rajshahi Barrier 1 0.030 0.095 0.743 0.458 54.80 (97/177)
Barrier 2 −0.037 −0.114 −0.927 0.354 54.16 (514/949)
Barrier 3 0.012 0.037 0.293 0.069 57.11 (510/893)
Barrier 4 −0.131 −0.739 −3.314 0.001 54.47 (475/872)
Barrier 5 −0.078 −0.206 −1.959 0.041 55.82 (398/713)
  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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