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Table 4 Significant multiple comparisons between HDI groups and perinatal outcomes

From: Human Development Index (HDI) of the maternal country of origin as a predictor of perinatal outcomes - a longitudinal study conducted in Spain

  p OR CI 95%
LBW <0.001  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI <0.001 1.6 1.5–1.7
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI <0.001 1.6 1.4–1.8
PTD < 37 w <0.001  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI 0.001 0.8 0.7–0.9
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI 0.034 0.8 0.7–1.0
Abnormal CTG <0.001  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI 0.020 0.9 0.8–1.0
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI <0.001 0.7 0.6–0.8
 Group B: High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI 0.020 0.8 0.7–1.0
CS due to abnormal CTG <0.001  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI 0.024 0.9 0.8–1.0
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI <0.001 0.7 0.6–0.8
 Group B: High HDI – Group C: Medium-Low HDI 0.024 0.8 0.7–1.0
Resuscitation > 3 0.010  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI 0.018 0.9 0.8–1.0
GDM 0.008  
 Group A: Very High HDI – Group B: High HDI 0.009 1.3 1.1–1.5