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Table 3 Multivariable analysis of factors associated with new mothers’ satisfaction with information received at the hospital on epidural analgesia

From: Epidural analgesia information sessions provided by anesthetic nurses: impact on satisfaction and anxiety of parturient women a prospective sequential study

  Linear regression coefficient 95% confidence interval P value
Agea -0.04 (-0.07 – -0.01) 0.005
Multipara -0.20 (-0.43 – 0.03) 0.09
Epidural analgesia use for previous delivery 0.02 (-0.29 – 0.33) 0.89
Socio-professional gradeb
 Non-working (reference)   (reference)  
 Employees -0.22 (-0.61 – 0.16) 0.25
 Craftsman, merchant, self-employed -0.34 (-0.95 – 0.27) 0.28
 Middle class, intermediate profession -0.35 (-0.77 – 0.06) 0.09
 Upper Class -0.19 (-0.70 – 0.31) 0.45
 Students -0.08 (-0.76 – 0.61) 0.83
Duration of the anesthetic consultationc 0.01 (-0.01 – 0.03) 0.41
Childbirth preparation classes -0.24 (-0.58 – 0.09) 0.15
Information on epidural analgesia by anesthetic nurses 0.76 (0.48 – 1.04)  < 0.001
  1. a Per one-year increase
  2. b Compared to non-working women
  3. c Per one-minute increase