Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology / 2020 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

A Retrospective Review of Neonatal Sepsis among GBS-Colonized Women Undergoing Planned Cesarean Section after Labor Onset or Rupture of Membranes

Table 2

Maternal risk factors.

Risk factorsGBS positiveGBS negative value
C-section after labor or PROM ()C-section before labor or PROM ()C-section after labor or PROM ()C-section before labor or PROM ()

Chronic hypertension1 (0.6%)17 (2.2%)20 (1.8%)113 (2.6%)0.191
Gestational hypertension0 (0.0%)18 (2.3%)16 (1.5%)135 (3.1%)<0.011
Preeclampsia & preeclampsia with severe features6 (3.4%)26 (3.4%)28 (2.6%)131 (3.0%)0.752
Superimposed preeclampsia0 (0.0%)4 (0.5%)4 (0.4%)17 (0.4%)0.791
Eclampsia0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)0 (0.0%)1 (0.0%) 
Gestational diabetes7 (6.0%)44 (5.8%)18 (2.4%)257 (6.0%)3<0.012
Preexisting diabetes10 (5.7%)31 (4.0%)46 (4.2%)115 (2.6%)3<0.012

Categorical variables report frequency (percentage). 3Significant difference within GBS status. 1Fisher’s exact test. 2Chi-square test.

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