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Table 2 Bivariate table showing factors associated with HIE at St. Francis Hospital, Nsambya

From: Incidence and short term outcomes of neonates with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy in a Peri Urban teaching hospital, Uganda: a prospective cohort study

  No HIE n = 728 HIE N = 23 COR(95% C I) p-value
History of Herbal Use
No 534(73) 11(48) 1  
Yes 194(27) 12(52) 3.190(1.4-7.2) 0.006
Referral
No 705(97) 20(87)   
Yes 23(3) 3(13) 3.907(1.1-14.0) 0.036
Antepartum hemorrhage
No 707(97) 20(87) 1  
Yes 21(3) 3(13) 4.373(1.2-15.7) 0.024
Prime parity
No 535(74) 13(57) 1  
Yes 188(26) 10(43) 2.461(1.1-5.4) 0.025
Illness during pregnancy
No 512(70) 20(87) 1  
Yes 216(30) 3(13) 0.301(0.1-1.0) 0.052
Prolonged pregnancy
No 631(86) 18(78) 1  
Yes 97(14) 5(22) 1.527(0.6-4.1) 0.406
Duration of labor in hours
  < =10 564(77) 9(39) 1  
  > 10 164(23) 14(61) 3.991(1.8-8.8) 0.001
Was a partograph used
No 175(24) 9(39) 1  
Yes 553(76) 14(61) 0.479(0.2-1.1) 0.075
Fetal heart rate
  < =120 24(3) 4(18) 1  
  > 120 704(97) 19(82) 0.188(0.1-0.6) 0.004
Prolonged rupture of membranes
No 450(62) 9(39) 1  
Yes 278(38) 14(61) 2.603(1.2-5.8) 0.02
Mode of delivery
 Normal 508(70) 12(52) 1  
 c-section 220(30) 11(48) 2.326(1.1-5.1) 0.035