Table 4: Characteristics of 975 hepatitis B diagnosed pregnancies with pharmacy claims by antiviral treatment.

Pregnancies with HBV diagnosis treated before deliver Pregnancies with HBV diagnosis treated after deliver Pregnancies with HBV diagnosis treated EITHER before or after deliver
Total% valu% valu% valu

Age group0.6310.0620.916
 19 or younger500.0000.0000.00
 20 to 292323314.2210.433414.66
 30 to 396548513.00142.149915.14
 40 or older841011.9011.191113.10
Census divisio0.2840.3470.439
 New England36719.4412.78822.22
 Middle Atlantic1432718.8810.702819.58
 East North Central127107.8710.79118.66
 West North Central44511.3612.27613.64
 South Atlantic1051312.3832.861715.18
 East South Central27414.8100.00311.11
 West South Central1121614.2910.891311.61
Insurance Plan Type0.4050.1620.566
 Managed car3294914.8982.435717.33
 PPO or othe6297812.4081.278613.67

Boldface indicates statistical significance . mong 975 of 1190 HBV+ pregnancies where prescription drug claims were available for review. efore (up to 42 weeks before) or after (up to 6 months after) the deliver index date. ogistic regression models with general estimating equations to account for women with multiple pregnancies during the study period. ew England = CT, MN, MA, NH, RI, VA; Middle Atlantic = NJ, NY, PA; East North Central = IN, IL, MI, OH, WI; West North Central = IA, KS, MN, MO, NB, ND, SD; South Atlantic = DC, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV; East South Central = AL, KY, MS, TN; West South Central = AR, LA, OK, TX; Mountain: AZ, CO, ID, NM, MT, UT, NV, WY; Pacific = AK, CA, HI, OR, WA; and other/unknown = Puerto Rico and unknown state of residence. rbanicity was determined by metropolitan statistical area (MSA). ealth maintenance organizations (HMO), exclusive provider organizations (EPO), and point of service (POS) plans. referred provider organizations (PPO), high deductible, and comprehensive plans.