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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 2

Past and current obstetric performance of study participants ().

VariablesSuccessful VBAC; 186 (60.4)Failed VBAC; 82 (30.6%) value
Number (%)Number (%)

Parity<0.001
 Primiparous (para 1)95 (51.1)62 (75.6)
 Multiparous (≥2)91 (48.9)20 (24.4)
Prior vaginal delivery<0.001
 Yes91 (48.9)18 (22)
 No95 (51.1)64 (78)
Prior VBAC<0.001
 Yes71 (38.2)4 (4.9)
 No115 (61.8)78 (95.1)
Prior cesarean delivery indication0.303
 Recurring23 (12.4)14 (17.1)
 Nonrecurring163 (87.6)68 (82.9)
Place of antenatal care<0.001
 Health center115 (61.8)70 (85.4)
 Hospital71 (38.2)12 (14.6)
Antenatal care initiation time<0.001
 1st trimester87 (46.8)70 (85.4)
 2nd trimester and above99 (53.2)12 (14.6)
Fetal gestational age0.529
 37-396/7 weeks103 (55.4)42 (51.2)
 40-416/7 weeks83 (44.6)40 (48.8)
Cervical dilatation0.298
 <5 cm108 (58.1)42 (51.2)
 ≥5 cm78 (41.9)40 (48.8)
Cervical effacement0.004
 <50%20 (10.8)20 (24.4)
 ≥50%166 (89.2)62 (75.6)
Fetal station<0.001
 High (<0)101 (54.3)72 (87.8)
 Low (≥0)85 (45.7)10 (12.2)
Fetal amniotic membrane0.063
 Ruptured77 (41.4)44 (53.7)
 Intact109 (58.6)38 (46.3)

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