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Table 1 Sample summary statistics with percentages or means (standard deviations)

From: Reproductive health at conflict borders: a cross-sectional survey of human rights violations and perinatal outcomes at the Thai-Myanmar border

  Total sample Mother born in Thailand Mother born in Myanmar
n 577 197 379
Human Rights Violations
 Any before pregnancy 43.7% 21.9% 53.8%
  ≤ 5 years before pregnancy 18.6% 5.9% 24.8%
Ethnicity 
 Thai 9.2% 27.6% 0.7%
 Shan 65.5% 36.6% 79.0%
 Other ethnic minority group 25.4% 35.8% 20.4%
Legal documentation
 Thai citizen 15.1% 38.1% 4.3%
 Legal resident/’alien’ 29.3% 29.4% 29.3%
 Migrant worker permit/ visa 28.4% 13.8% 17.1%
 ‘Unregistered resident' (10-year card) or no legal documentation 27.2% 17.7%% 31.0%
Residence
 Town/village 70.8% 84.1% 64.3%
 Orchard, field, or other worksite 22.0% 12.3% 26.9%
 Camp 7.2% 3.6% 8.7%
Health and pregnancy
 Antenatal care
  Any 89.4% 95.1% 86.7%
  Timely 54.6% 59.8% 52.4%
  Recommended visit frequency 61.7% 67.4% 59.1%
 Hospital birth 85.6% 95.4% 80.8%
 Any health insurance 81.5% 85.9% 79.2%
 Pregnancy complications 18.8% 19.4% 18.0%
 Preterm birth 17.7% 21.8% 15.6%
 Birthweight
  Grams 2922 (463) 2937 (502) 2916 (440)
  Low birth weight 13.1% 14.7% 12.0%
 Maternal age at birth 24.9 (5.3) 23.3 (5.1) 25.6 (5.2)
 Parity
  1 45.3% 54.7% 40.8%
  2 37.5% 29.6% 41.3%
  3+ 17.1% 15.7% 17.9%