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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of pregnant women with opioid use disorders stratified by past year overdose history

From: Frequency and associated risk factors of non-fatal overdose reported by pregnant women with opioid use disorder

Variable Total N = 99
(95% CI)
Overdose within last year
n = 14
(95% CI)
No past year overdose
n = 85
(95% CI)
p Value
Mean maternal age 28.5
(27.5–29.5)
25.2
(23.0–27.4)
29.0
(28.0–30.1)
0.0081*
White/non-hispanic 72 (72.7%)
(64.0–81.5%)
13 (92.9%)
(79.4–100.0%)
59 (69.4%)
(59.6–79.2%)
0.1038
Married/in a relationship 81 (81.8%)
(74.2%, 89.4%)
11 (78.6%)
(57.1%, 100.0%)
70 (82.4%)
(74.3%, 90.5%)
0.7152
Public insurance 92 (92.9%)
(87.9%, 98.0%)
12 (85.7%)
(67.4%, 100.0%)
80 (94.1%)
(89.1%, 99.1%)
0.2572
Age at opioid initiation 20.2
(19.2–21.1)
18.3
(17.2–19.4)
20.5
(19.4–21.6)
0.1227
Any history of mental health diagnosis 85 (85.9%)
(79.0–92.7%)
14 (100.0%)
(100.0–100.0%)
71 (83.5%)
(75.6–91.4%)
0.2084
Number of mental health
diagnoses
2.4
(2.1–2.7)
3.0
(2.2–3.8)
2.3
(2.0–2.6)
0.1049
2 or More mental health diagnoses 72 (72.7%)
(64.0–81.5%)
12 (85.7%)
(67.4–100.0%)
60 (70.6%)
(60.9–80.3%)
0.3389
Ever received a naloxone kit 66 (66.7%)
(57.4–76.0%)
11 (78.6%)
(57.1–100.0%)
55 (64.7%)
(54.6–74.9%)
0.3742
  1. *Significant result