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Table 3 Factors associated with fetal macrosomia among deliveries attended in public health institutions of Hawassa, South Ethiopia 2017

From: Magnitude of fetal macrosomia and its associated factors at public health institutions of Hawassa city, southern Ethiopia

Risk factors to macrosomia Birth weight Odds ratios (OR)
Macrosomia No macrosomia COR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI)
Sex of the child
 Male 47 (8.1%) 283 (48.8%) 2.4 (1.3–4.4) 2.2 (1.1–4.2)*
 Female 16 (2.8%) 234 (40.4%) 1 1
Gestation (weeks)
  ≥ 37 37 (6.4%) 96 (16.6%) 6.2 (3.6–10.8) 6.0 (3.1–11.1)*
  < 37 26 (4.8%) 421 (72.6%) 1 1
Previous history of infant with macrosomia
 Had infant with macrosomia 30 (5.1%) 27 (4.7%) 16.5 (8.8–30.9) 14.5 (7.2–29.2)*
 No history of previous infant with macrosomia 33 (5.7%) 490 (84.5%) 1 1
Monthly income in Ethiopian Birr (ETB)
  < 1000 38 (6.6%) 136 (23.5%) 0.43 (0.21–0.88) 0.49 (0.21–1.12)
 1001–2000 25 (4.3%) 94 (16.2%) 0.71 (0.35–1.44) 0.59 (0.24–1.41)
 2001–3675 34 (5.9%) 108 (18.6%) 0.52 (0.26–1.10) 0.53 (0.22–1.35)
 > 3675 38 (6.6%) 107 (23.5%) 1 1
  1. * P < 0.05