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Table 3 Institutional delivery by each of the antenatal services received among women who delivered in two years preceding the survey in Rufiji, Kilombero, and Ulanga districts of Tanzania, 2011 (n = 907*)

From: Access to institutional delivery care and reasons for home delivery in three districts of Tanzania

ANC service Response % Facility delivery P-Value
Counseled on identifying emergency transport Yes 77.2 0.027
No 70.6
Counseled on breastfeeding immediately after delivery Yes 78.0 0.001
No 67.8
Counseled on danger signs during delivery Yes 77.4 0.006
No 68.6
Urine sampled Yes 79.5 <0.001
No 62.7
Given an injection in the arm to prevent tetanus (TT) Yes 76.7 0.023
No 69.3
Counseled on family planning Yes 76.7 0.034
No 69.8
Height measured Yes 77.6 0.001
No 67.0
Counseled on danger signs of pregnancy Yes 78.4 <0.001
No 64.7
Blood pressure measured Yes 77.7 <0.001
No 61.3
Counseled on financial preparation for delivery Yes 76.0 0.053
No 67.8
Counseled and tested for HIV Yes 78.0 <0.001
No 50.5
Blood sampled Yes 76.6 <0.001
No 57.0
Abdomen measured Yes 75.5 0.121
No 67.5
Weighed Yes 75.4 0.249
No 69.3
Heart rate of the baby assessed Yes 76.6 <0.001
No 47.2  
  1. *These questions were asked to 907 women that sought ANC at least once during pregnancy.