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Table 2 Odds ratio for use of antenatal care in 1995 and 2014

From: Monitoring the decomposition of wealth-related inequality in the use of regular antenatal care in Egypt (1995–2014)

Variables 1995 2014  
Age at birth
 20- 1.21 1.05  
 25- 1.73*** 1.24  
 30- 1.93*** 1.43 *
 35- 1.98*** 1.34  
 40+ 2.19** 1.84 *
Respondent’s educational attainment
 Primary 1.38** 1.11  
 Secondary 2.54*** 1.51 ***
 Higher 4.68*** 2.61 ***
Respondent’s husband’s educational attainment
 Primary 1.40** 1.39 **
 Secondary 1.44** 1.51 ***
 Higher 1.92*** 1.95 ***
Region
 Urban Lower Egypt 0.89 0.99  
 Rural Lower Egypt 0.43*** 0.82  
 Urban Upper Egypt 0.74* 0.59 ***
 Rural Upper Egypt 0.29*** 0.48 ***
 Frontier governorate 0.43*** 0.52 ***
Toilet type (modern) 2.47*** 1.20 *
Experience of terminated pregnancy 1.73*** 1.26 **
Birth attributes
 Birth interval > 24 months 1.46*** 1.46 ***
 Single birth 0.78 0.58 *
 Birth order 0.89*** 0.83 ***
Previous birth experience
 Delivery at medical unit 2.16*** 0.93  
 Delivered by C-section 0.98 1.84 ***
 Live birth 0.55*** 0.45 ***
 Pseudo R2 0.26 0.11  
 Log likelihood − 3317.39 − 4451.88  
  1. *** Significant < 0.001, ** Significant < 0.01, *Significant at < 0.05