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Research Article

Risk Factors for Neonatal Sepsis in Pregnant Women with Premature Rupture of the Membrane

Table 4

Bivariate analysis of duration of premature rupture of membrane with neonatal sepsis in all PROM cases in RSCM, 2016.

Neonatal sepsisP valueOR95 CI
Positive (n=21)Negative (n=384)MinMax

Duration from PROM to hospital admission
 ≥ 18 hour12 (9.4)116 (90.6)0.0093.081.158.49
 < 18 hour9 (3.2)268 (96.8)
Duration from PROM during hospitalization
 ≥ 15 hour17 (10.8)141 (89.2)< 0.0017.322.3230.37
 < 15 hour4 (1.6)243 (98.4)
Duration from PROM to delivery
 ≥ 48 hour8 (17.8)37 (82.2)< 0.0015.771.9316.11
 < 48 hour13 (3.6)347 (96.4)
Gestational age (2 categories)
 Preterm < 37 weeks20 (9.1)199 (90.9)<0.00118.592.90774.57
 Aterm ≥ 37 weeks1 (0.5)185 (99.5)
Gestational age (4 categories)
 < 28 weeks5 (29.4)12 (70.6)<0.00177.088.33713.29
 28 - <34 weeks13 (10.8)107 (89.2)0.00322.482.89174.22
 34 - <37 weeks2 (2.4)80 (97.6)0.2144.630.4151.74
 ≥ 37 weeks1 (0.5)185 (99.5)

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