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Table 2 Experience with care during childbirth for facility and home deliveries among women in India

From: Factors influencing women’s preference for health facility deliveries in Jharkhand state, India: a cross sectional analysis

Dimensions of Care Experience with care during delivery (%)
Facility births (N = 210) Home births (N = 290) P Value
Structure (Accessibility, availability of medicine, supplies and hygiene) Reached facility within 30 min 35.2 NA NA
Pain management through injection 54.8 24.5 0.000
Pain management through massage 19.0 58.3 0.000
Clean delivery table 90.4 NA NA
Process of Care (Promptness, Cognitive, privacy, respect by staff who conducted the delivery) Less than 30 min taken by provider to attend after onset of labor 82.9 78.6 0.239
Not left alone in delivery room 94.3 93.1 0.594
Received information about progression of labour 92.4 92.4 0.989
Received information about delivery procedures 94.3 93.1 0.594
Delivery in a secluded place and absence of male members 99.1 97.6 0.225
No abuse during delivery 87.6 92.8 0.052
Outcome (morbidity and mortality) No health problem of women post delivery 65.3 67.2 0.640
No health problem of new born post delivery 88.5 86.5 0.502
Other (cost) Average expenditure in INR 2138 797 NA
(1375–2901) (689–904)
  1. NA not applicable