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Table 5 Ectopic pregnancy and live-born preterm delivery among all pregnancies reported by Trinidadian women by systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) status

From: Cross-sectional analysis of adverse outcomes in 1,029 pregnancies of Afro-Caribbean women in Trinidad with and without systemic lupus erythematosus

  Ectopic pregnancya Preterm delivery among live-born infantsb
  n (prevalence %) Adjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval) n (prevalence %) Adjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval)
Mother not diagnosed with SLE 5 (0.7%) 1.0 (-) 26 (4.7%) 1.0 (-)
Mother diagnosed with SLE 5 (1.4%) 3.6 (0.7–18.7) 19 (7.3%) 1.5 (0.7–3.2)
Pregnancy conceived prior to SLE diagnosis 3 (0.8%) 3.1(0.5–17.9) 12 (4.7%) 1.2(0.5–2.8)
Pregnancy conceived after SLE diagnosis 2 (0.6%) 7.5 (0.9–62.5) 7 (2.7%) 3.4 (1.2–10.0)
  1. aDenominator for all analyses having ectopic pregnancy as the outcome is all reported pregnancies; adjusted for district of residence, maternal age and smoking. bDenominator for all analyses having preterm delivery as the outcome is all live births (excluding foetal death); adjusted for adjusted for district of residence, maternal age and smoking.