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Table 5 Influence of antenatal care service and male partner involvement on pregnant women’s full knowledge level on MTCT of HIV, SNNPR, 2012

From: Awareness and knowledge on timing of mother-to-child transmission of HIV among antenatal care attending women in Southern Ethiopia: a cross sectional study

Variables Full knowledge on timing of MTCT Crude OR (95% CI)* Adjusted OR (95% CI*)
Yes No
ANC visit number of last visit     
   First 44 382 1.00  
   Second-fourth 103 768 1.16 (0.80, 1.69) 0.86 (0.56, 1.32)
   Fifth-sixth 4 18 1.93 (0.63, 5.96) 1.70 (0.55, 7.07)
   Seventh and above 1 5 1.74 (0.20, 15.20) 2.81 (0.26, 28.76)
Received information on HIV from service provider during last pregnancy     
   Yes 115 815 1.00  
   No 37 358 0.73 (0.50, 1.08) 0.83 (0.54, 1.27)
Received information on infant feeding from service provider during last pregnancy     
   Yes 53 349 1.00  
   No 99 824 0.79 (0.55, 13) 0.95 (0.64, 1.41)
Received information on MTCT/PMTCT from service provider during last pregnancy     
   Yes 95 448 1.00  
   No 57 725 0.37 (0.26, 0.53) 0.44 (0.30, 0.64)**
Had discussion on ANC with male partner during last pregnancy     
   Yes 144 963 1.00  
   No 8 210 0.26 (0.12, 0.53) 0.30 (0.12, 0.72)**
Had discussion on HIV with male partner during last pregnancy     
   Yes 145 874 1.00  
   No 7 299 0.14 (0.07, 0.31) 0.17 (0.07, 0.43)**
Women’s rating of support they got from their male partner during ANC follow up     
   Excellent 78 319 1.00  
   Very good 61 660 0.38 (0.27, 0.54) 0.52 (0.35, 0.77)**
   Fair 5 75 0.27 (0.11, 0.68) 0.52 (0.19, 1.42)
   Very poor 1 36 0.11 (0.02, 0.84) 0.20 (0.03, 1.53)
   No support 7 83 0.35 (0.15, 0.78) 0.51 (0.18, 1.46)
  1. †Controlled for age, marital status, educational status, occupation, average monthly income, gravidity and gestational age.
  2. *P-value < 0.05, **Statistically significant.