TABLE 1

Selected Maternal and Infant Characteristics

Descriptive Statistics (N = 1377)
Infant demographics
 Gestational age at birth, wk, mean (SD) [95% CI]38.8 (1.4) [38.7–38.8]
 Birth, wt (kg), mean (SD) [95% CI]3.0 (0.5) [3.0–3.1]
 Birth head circumference, cm, mean (SD) [95% CI]33.6 (2.0) [33.5–33.7]
 Male sex, n (%) [95% CI]704 (51.1) [48.5–53.8]
Maternal measures
 Gravidity, median (Q1, Q3) [95% CI]3 (2, 5) [3–3]
 Parity, median (Q1, Q3) [95% CI]2 (1, 3) [2–2]
Race37 n (%) [95% CI]
 Non-Hispanic white940 (68.3) [65.8–70.7]
 Non-Hispanic Black99 (7.2) [5.8–8.6]
 Hispanic90 (6.5) [5.2–7.8]
 Other248 (18.0) [16.0–20.0]
Adequate prenatal care,28 n (%) [95% CI]939 (68.2) [65.7–70.7]
MAT, n (%) [95% CI]859 (62.4) [59.8–64.9]
Prenatal NOWS counseling, n (%) [95% CI]253 (18.4) [16.3–20.4]
Polysubstance use, n (%) [95% CI]814 (59.1) [56.5–61.7]
RUCA,29 n (%) [95% CI]
 Metropolitan1001 (72.7) [70.3–75.1]
 Micropolitan179 (13.0) [11.2–14.8]
 Small town125 (9.1) [7.6–10.6]
 Rural72 (5.2) [4.1–6.4]
  • Q1, first quartile; Q3, third quartile; RUCA, rural-urban commuting area.