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Uptake and Route of Neonatal Vitamin K Prophylaxis in Alberta, 2006 to 2012
Characteristics of Infants and Their Mothers Who Accepted and Declined Vitamin K Prophylaxis in Alberta, 2006 to 2012
Missing data: primary attendant at birth (n = 1835, 0.6%), infant health (n = 6, 0.002%), and maternal smoking (n = 10 744, 3.8%).
↵a The small number of infants receiving oral vitamin K (n = 1126) was combined with those receiving IM vitamin K for this analysis.
↵b First Nations: the largest aboriginal group in Canada.
↵c Others: primarily unplanned home births, also births occurring en route to hospital (eg, in vehicle).
↵d Infant health status: preterm birth (gestational age <37 wk); term (≥37 wk); NICU admission.
Multivariable Poisson Regression Analysis of Risk Factors for Refusal of Vitamin K Prophylaxis in Alberta, 2006 to 2012
—, reference group.
↵a Adjusted for all variables in the regression model.
Proportion and Relative Risk of Being Unimmunized at 15 Months Among Those Who Received or Declined Vitamin K, 2006 to 2011
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