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Table 6 Logistic regression for low birthweight, Minas Gerais, 2012

From: Family health strategy and equity in prenatal care: a population based cross-sectional study in Minas Gerais, Brazil

Variable Odds ratio P-values
Class C (ref. Class A and B) 1.85 0.024
Class D-E 1.10 0.797
North Region (ref. Central) 1.22 0.575
South Region 1.23 0.563
Mineiro Triangle Region 1.09 0.844
Zona da Mata Region 1.95 0.036
East Region 0.58 0.260
Belo Horizonte (Capital of the State) 4.44 <0.001
20 to 24 (ref. 10 to 19 years old) 2.04 0.163
25 to 29 1.29 0.629
30 to 39 1.92 0.203NS
Over 40 years old 3.35 0.053
Completed middle school and incomplete high school (ref. Less than completed middle school) 0.73 0.225NS
Completed high school 0.41 0.002***
Over high school 0.91 0.838NS
Private health insurance 1.17 0.508NS
Mother with diabetes 0.50 0.454NS
Mother with hypertension 0.45 0.013**
Multiple births 7.72 0.004***
Late prenatal care 0.58 0.150NS
FHS prenatal care 0.61 0.030**
Constant 0.08 0.000***
Number of observations 1,229
Adjusted R2 0.10
Log of Likelihood -405.07
  1. Note: ***Statistically significant at 1% margin of error (Sig. level = 99%); **Statistically significant at 5% margin of error (Sig. level = 95%); *Statistically significant at 10% margin of error (Sig. level = 90%) NS not significant