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Table 4 Bivariate and Multivariable analysis of Knowledge about obstetric danger signs with selected variables among respondents in Erer district, Somali region, Ethiopia, 2014 (n = 632)

From: Knowledge of obstetric danger signs and associated factors among pregnant women in Erer district, Somali region, Ethiopia

Variables Knowledge of ODS Crude OR (95 % CI) AOR (95 % CI)
Yes No
Age (years)     
 <20 42 2 Ref.  
 20–29 415 73 3.694 (0.88,15.60)  
 ≥30 77 23 6.273 (1.41,27.90)  
Educational status     
 Illiterate 519 80 Ref.  
 Primary education 12 6 3.24 (1.18,8.89)  
 secondary and above 3 12 25.95 (7.12, 93.98)  
Occupation     
 Employed 4 7 Ref.  
 Not employed 530 91 10.19 (2.93,35.52)  
Living with any family members currently attending formal education  
 Yes 158 47 2.19 (1.15,3.40)  
 No 376 51 Ref.  
Residence     
 Urban 84 44 4.37 (2.75,6.92) 2.43 (1.40, 4.21) a
 Rural 450 54 Ref.  
Gravidity     
 1 83 9 Ref.  
 2–4 361 49 1.25 (0.59,2.65) 2.16 (0.85, 5.48)
 ≥5 90 40 4.10 (1.88,8.96) 6.65 (2.48, 17.89) a
Antenatal care utilization     
 Yes 120 67 7.46 (4.65,11.95) 5.44 (3.26,9.10) a
 No 414 31 Ref.  
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