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Table 1 Some basic information about the study participants, exposure and outcome variables

From: Household air pollution from cooking and risk of adverse health and birth outcomes in Bangladesh: a nationwide population-based study

Demographics of mothers
 Mean age (SE) 25.6 (±0.04)
 Mean weight (SE) 47.8 (±0.06)
 Mean year of education (SE) 5.6 (±0.03)
Exposures
 Indoor cooking place % (95% CI) 14.2 (12.7–15.8)
 Use of solid cooking fuel % (95% CI) 89.8 (88.2–91.2)
 Use of indoor solid fuel % (95% CI) 11.2 (9.8–12.8)
Outcomes
 Under five mortality rate per 1000 live births (95% CI) 49.0 (45.0–52.0)
 Neonatal mortality rate per 1000 live births (95% CI) 34.0 (30.0–38.0)
 Infant mortality rate per 1000 live births (95% CI) 45.0 (41.0–49.0)
 Acute respiratory infection % (95% CI) 14.9 (14.1–15.8)
 Pregnancy complication % (95% CI) 54.9 (53.0–56.7)
 Low birth weight % (95% CI) 17.7 (16.6–18.8)
 Cesarean delivery % (95% CI) 11.3 (10.5–12.2)
 Stillbirth rate % (95% CI) 1.4 (1.2–1.5)
  1. SE Standard error, 95% CI 95% Confidence interval