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Table 4 Factors associated with preeclampsia among women attending antenatal clinic at Mettu Karl referral Hospital, 2018

From: Prevalence and associated factors of pre-eclampsia among pregnant women attending anti-natal care at Mettu Karl referal hospital, Ethiopia: cross-sectional study

Variables Mother with preeclampsia COR (95% C. I) AOR (95% C.I)  
No (n) Yes (n) P-values
Age
  < =24 29 1 .039(.004–.369) .009(.000–.317)* .010
 25–29 42 5 .136(.034–.538) .362(.030–4.332) .423
 30–34 34 3 .101(.021–.478) .136(.009–2.020) .147
  > =35 8 7 1.00a 1.00a  
Residence
 Rural 40 13 7.908 (2.127–29.405) 5.043(.670–37.96) .116
 Urban 73 3 1.00a 1.00a  
Ever had more than one partner
 Yes 11 7 7.212 (2.245–23.174) 1.57(.149–16.51) .707
 No 102 9 1.00a 1.00a  
Current multiple pregnancy
 Yes 8 7 1.00a 1.00a  
 No 105 9 .098(.029–.332) .071(.007–.773)* .030
Family history of diabetic mellitus
 Yes 4 3 6.288 (1.265–31.26) 1.63(.091–29.35) .741
 No 109 13 1.00a 1.00a  
Participant history of diabetes mellitus
 Yes 13 11 1.00a 1.00a  
 No 100 5 .059(.018–.197) .058(.007–.465)* .007
History of kidney disease
 Yes 32 10 4.219 (1.416–12.57) 1.345(.183–9.89) .771
 No 81 6 1.00a 1.00a  
Ever had history of ANC follow up during previous pregnancy
 Yes 81 6 .237(.080–.706) .260(.021–3.151) .290
 No 32 10 1.00a 1.00a  
Parity
  < 2 16 3 .869(.216–3.507) 2.55(.245–26.56) .434
 2–3 46 2 .202(.042–.958) .204(.017–2.407) .207
  > =4 51 11 1.00a 1.00a  
  1. *Adjusted for all significant variables p < 0.05
  2. a = Reference Category