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Table 4 Estimates of ORs (Odds Ratios) for the effects of demographic factors on compliance with aseptic technique for neuraxial analgesia (2006 and 2009 assessed separately)

From: Performance of aseptic technique during neuraxial analgesia for labor before and after the publication of international guidelines on aseptic technique

Effect Point estimate 95% Wald confidence limits p-values
2006    
Age 0.95 0.85, 1.05 0.31
Male vs female* 0.21 0.07, 0.69 0.01
Resident vs NRNA* 14.62 1.94, 286.85 0.01
Attending vs NRNA 5.89 0.74, 64.58 0.60
Years experience 1.07 0.97, 1.17 0.18
No. deliveries/year 0.47 0.19, 1.14 0.10
2009    
Age* 0.91 0.83, 1.00 0.05
Male vs female 0.57 0.20, 1.59 0.28
Resident vs NRNA 0.81 0.07, 9.73 0.92
Attending vs NRNA 1.27 0.12, 12.98 0.69
Years experience 1.03 0.94, 1.14 0.52
No. deliveries/year 1.23 0.68, 2.21 0.49
No. epidurals/month* 0.52 0.31, 0.87 0.01
  1. *Significant at the p < 0.05 level.
  2. Compliance with any specific aseptic technique defined as "always" versus all other responses ("usually, rarely or never").