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Research Article

Validation of a Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Delivery Prediction Model in Teaching Hospitals of Addis Ababa University: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of study participants ().

VariablesSuccessful VBAC; 186 (69.4%)Failed VBAC; 82 (30.6%) value
Number (%)Number (%)

Age in years ()0.05
 20-2419 (10.2)16 (19.5)0.194
 25-2993 (50)38 (46.3)
 30-3452 (28.0)18 (22.0)
 ≥3522 (11.8)10 (12.2)
Religion0.046
 Orthodox Christian120 (64.5)40 (48.8)
 Muslim41 (22.0)24 (29.3)
 Protestant25 (13.4)18 (22.0)
Marital status0.906
 Married181 (97.3)80 (97.6)
 Others5 (2.7)2 (2.4)
Educational status0.018
 Above secondary19 (10.2)8 (9.8)
 Secondary (9-12)90 (48.4)28 (34.1)
 Primary (1-8)63 (33.9)30 (36.6)
 No formal education14 (7.5)16 (19.5)
Occupation0.168
 Currently working51 (27.4)16 (19.5)
 Housewife135 (72.6)66 (80.5)
Prepregnancy BMI ()<0.0001
 <25112 (60.2)18 (22.0)<0.001
 ≥2574 (39.8)64 (78.0)

Divorced, widow, and single. BMI: body mass index.

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