Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2009 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Postoperative Infectious Morbidities of Cesarean Delivery in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Women

Table 2

Obstetrical characteristics.

HIV-infectedHIV-negative -value

Gravidity NS
Parity NS
No. of previous c/s
064 (58.7%) 146 (56.2%) NS
128 (25.7%) 61 (23.5%)NS
212 (11.0%)34 (13.1%)NS
33 (2.8%)13 (5.0%)NS
41 (.9%)6 (2.3%)NS
51 (.9%)0NS
EGA at delivery (weeks) NS
Preoperative Hematocrit (%) .01
Emergent cesarean delivery61 (51.3%)206 (78.0%) .01
Labor prior to delivery56 (48.3%)179 (69.4%) .01
Rupture of membranes prior to delivery40 (34.8%)165 (63.5%) .01
Use of internal monitor7 (6.0%)82 (31.5%) .01
Chorioamnionitis5 (4.3%)18 (6.8%)NS

Data presented as mean ± standard deviation or number and percent.NS = Not significant.

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