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Maternal Satisfaction on Delivery Service among Postnatal Mothers in a Government Hospital, Mid-Western Nepal

Table 11

Association between sociodemographic characteristics of postnatal mothers and maternal satisfaction.

Satisfaction level ()
VariablesSatisfied, N (%)Dissatisfied, N (%) valueUnadjusted OR (95% CI)

Age
25 and above55 (91.7)5 (8.3)0.5751.365 (0.462–4.017)
Up to 25105 (89.0)13 (11.0)1

Ethnicity
Brahmin/Chhetri54 (90.0)6 (10.0)0.9721.019 (0.363–2.863)
Others106 (89.8)12 (10.2)1

Type of family
Nuclear38 (90.5)4 (9.5)1.000a1.090 (0.339–3.510)
Joint122 (89.7)14 (10.3)1

Educational status
Illiterate22 (95.7)1 (4.3)0.475a2.710 (0.343–21.400)
Literate138 (89.0)17 (11.0)1

Educational level
Up to primary38 (95.0)2 (5.0)0.241a2.850 (0.622–13.056)
Secondary and above100 (87.0)15 (13.0)1

Occupation
Homemaker103 (92.0)9 (8.0)0.2311.807 (0.679–4.810)
Others5786.4)9 (13.6)1

Religion
Non-Hindu28 (90.3)3 (9.7)0.930a1.061 (0.288–3.911)
Hindu132 (89.8)15 (10.2)1

Family income status
One year and surplus67 (90.5)7 (9.5)0.8071.132 (0.417–3.072)
Less than one year93 (89.4)11 (10.6)1

Pearson’s chi-square test; aFisher’s exact test; value significant at <0.05 level; 1 = reference.

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