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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression

From: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of cervical cancer prevention and pap smears in two low-income communities in Lima, Peru

  Received Pap in past year (N = 151)
Adjusted OR (95% CI) Unadjusted OR (95% CI) Received Pap in past year %(n) Did Not Receive Pap in past year %(n)
Education     
No education/Primary education only Ref Ref 34.62 (9) 65.38 (17)
Secondary Education 2.23 (0.81, 6.17) 1.70 (0.68, 4.29) 47.44 (37) 52.56 (41)
Technical School/University 5.00 (1.36, 18.46) 1.40 (0.52, 3.78) 42.55 (20) 57.45 (27)
Civil status     
Single (Single, Divorced, or Widowed) Ref Ref 17.65 (6) 82.35 (28)
In a relationship (Married, Cohabitating) 5.93 (1.73, 20.26) 4.91 (1.89, 12.74) 51.28 (60) 48.72 (57)
Age     
Under 25 Ref Ref 41.67 (20) 58.33 (28)
26–35 0.63 (0.23, 1.71) 0.99 (0.47, 2.09) 41.42 (29) 52.57 (41)
36–41 1.55 (0.44, 5.42) 1.49 (0.61, 3.62) 51.52 (17) 48.48 (16)
District/City     
Oasis Ref Ref 57.14 (56) 42.86 (42)
Pampas 0.18 (0.07, 0.45) 0.17 (0.08, 0.39) 18.87 (10) 81.13 (43)
Number of children     
No Children Ref Ref 10.53 (2) 89.47 (17)
1–3 Children 1.69 (0.24, 11.75) 8.50 (1.87, 38.59) 50.00 (54) 50.00 (54)
4 or more Children 0.94 (0.10, 8.95) 6.07 (1.14, 32.41) 41.67 (10) 58.33 (14)