International Journal of Pediatrics / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Survival Status and Predictors of Mortality among Newborns Admitted with Neonatal Sepsis at Public Hospitals in Ethiopia

Table 4

Log-rank estimate of variables on mortality of neonates with neonatal sepsis at public hospitals in Ethiopia.

VariablesLog-rank test estimate

Age of the newborn; value = 0.93
Sex of the newborn; value = 0.996
Maternal age; value = 0.165
Marital status; value = 0.241
Religious status; value = 0.96
Educational status of the mother; value = 0.12
Occupational status of the mother; value = 0.08
Family size; value = 0.81
Estimated monthly income; value = 0.61
Number of ANC visits attended; value = 0.15
Gravidity; value = 0.42
Parity; value = 0.189
Place of delivery; value = 0.0001
Delivery attendant; value = 0.0001
Number of PV; value = 0.004
History of foul-smelling liquor; value = 0.0001
History of PIH; value = 0.821
History of bleeding during pregnancy; value = 0.381
History of UTI/STI; value = 0.0001
History of meconium-stained amniotic fluid; value = 0.091
Having history of intrapartum fever; value = 0.0001
History of diagnosed chorioamnionitis; value = 0.0001
Onset of labor; value = 0.02
Mode of delivery; value = 0.112
Gestational age; value = 0.30
First minute APGAR score; value = 0.091
Cry immediately at birth; value = 0.804
Fifth minute APGAR score; value = 0.0001
Resuscitation at birth; value = 0.86
Kept at KMC within 1 hour; value = 0.979
Birth weight at admission; value = 0.212
Initiate EBF within one hour; value = 0.0001
Time of ROM occur; value = 0.004

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