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Table 2 Baseline characteristics of admitted neonates in three Indonesian NICUs within three days of life

From: Early-onset neonatal sepsis and antibiotic use in Indonesia: a descriptive, cross-sectional study

Characteristics National Hospital
(n = 802)
Provincial Hospital
(n = 879)
District Hospital
(n = 884)
Total
(n = 2,565)
Neonatal data
GA at delivery, weeks, n (%) (n = 2,433)
 > 41 3 (0.4) 7 (0.8) 15 (1.8) 25 (1.0)
> 37—< 41 346 (44.4) 495 (59.7) 704 (85.4) 1,546 (63.5)
> 32—< 37 329 (42.2) 237 (28.6) 81 (9.8) 647 (26.6)
 < 32 101 (13.0) 90 (10.9) 24 (2.9) 215 (8.8)
 Mean (SD) 35.4 (3.6) 36.4 (3.6) 38.5 (2.5) 36.8 (3.5)
Birth weight, grams, n (%) (n = 2,526)
 > 2,500 325 (42.3) 456 (51.9) 652 (74.3) 1.433 (56.7)
 1,500 – 2,499 302 (39.3) 319 (36.3) 202 (23.0) 823 (32.6)
 1,000 – 1,499 112 (14.6) 76 (8.7) 17 (1.9) 205 (8.1)
 < 1,000 30 (3.9) 28 (3.2) 7 (0.8) 65 (2.6)
 Mean (SD) 2,288.2 (817.5) 2,505.2
(789.4)
2,805.2 (592.7) 2,543.4 (765.6)
Gender, n (%) (n = 2,553)
 Male 433 (54.5) 457 (52.2) 461 (52.1) 1,351 (52.9)
 Female 361 (45.5) 418 (47.8) 423 (47.9) 1,202 (47.1)
Admission type, n (%) (n = 2,491)
 Inborn 743 (95.4) 755 (88.7) 844 (98) 2,342 (94.0)
 Outborn 36 (4.6) 96 (11.3) 17 (2.0) 149 (6.0)
Apgar score at 5 min, n (%) (n = 2,450)
> 7 633 (82.1) 743 (90.1) 796 (93.2) 2,172 (88.7)
 < 7 138 (17.9) 82 (9.9) 58 (6.8) 278 (11.3)
Resuscitation (n = 1,196 in 2,488)
Invasive procedures, n (%)
 Oro/nasogastric tube 648 (80.8) 450 (51.2) 212 (24.0) 1,310 (51.1)
 Exchange/blood transfusion 69 (8.6) 151 (17.2) 6 (0.7) 226 (9.0)
 Urine catheter 18 (2.2) 16 (1.8) 0 (0.0) 34 (1.3)
 Endotracheal tube 12 (1.5) 0 (0.0) 0 (0.0) 12 (0.5)
  1. Percentage for each characteristic was calculated from study population (mothers or neonates as specified) after excluding cases with missing data or where the variable was coded as ‘unknown’.