Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 2 Demographic characteristics of infants with invasive Group B Streptococcal (GBS) disease

From: Burden and risk factors of invasive group B Streptococcus disease among neonates in a Chinese maternity hospital

Varibles All cases
(n = 74)
EOD1
(n = 65)
LOD2
(n = 9)
OR(95%CI)3 p-value4
Gender
 Male 33 27(41.5) 6(66.7) 0.36(0.08–1.55) 0.176
Gestational Age
 ≥37 weeks 55 48(73.8) 7(77.8) 0.81(0.15–4.27) 1
 < 37 weeks 19 17(26.2) 2(22.2) 1.24(0.23–6.56) 1
 < 37 - ≥34 weeks 13 12(18.5) 1(11.1) 1.81 (0.21–15.89) 1
 < 34 weeks 6 5(7.7) 1(11.1) 0.67(0.07–6.45) 0.554
Birth Weight
 ≥2500 g 58 51(78.5) 7(77.8) 1.04 (0.19–5.58) 1
 < 2500 g 16 14(21.5) 2(22.2) 0.96 (0.18–5.15) 1
 1500–2499 g 15 13(20) 22(22.2) 0.88(0.16–4.72) 1
 < 1500 g 1 1(1.5) 0(0)   1
Mode of delivery 1
 Vertex delivery 42 35(53.8) 7(77.8) 0.33(0.06–1.73) 0.284
 Caesarean-section 28 26(40) 2(22.2) 2.33(0.45–12.13) 0.468
 Obstetric forceps 4 4(6.2) 0(0)   1
 Membrane sweeping 33 28(43.1) 5(55.6) 0.61(0.15–2.46) 0.501
 Non-resident mother 32 28(43.1) 4(44.4) 0.95(0.23–3.85) 1
  1. 1 EOD-Early-onset disease
  2. 2 LOD-Late-onset disease
  3. 3 OR(95%CI)-calculated odds ratio with 95% confidence comparing EOD to LOD
  4. 4p-value-using Chi-squared, Fischer exact or Wilcoxon rank-sum (Mann-Whitney) test