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Table 4 Exploration of home and family situation regarding the formula option

From: Effect of using HIV and infant feeding counselling cards on the quality of counselling provided to HIV positive mothers: a cluster randomized controlled trial

Factor Intervention
Total = 180*
n (%)
Control
Total = 180*
n (%)
Relative Risk (95%CI) #
Provider elicited mother's response about the feasibility to formula feed 159 (89.3) 108 (60.3) 1.48 (1.13, 1.94)
Provider inquired if mother has money to buy formula or to pay for transport to collect milk regularly 156 (87.6) 85 (47.8) 1.84 (1.41, 2.39)
Provider inquired if client has access to adequate supplies of water and fuel 151 (84.8) 63 (36.2) 2.34 (1.50, 3.67)
Provider inquired whether client has a fridge 103 (57.5) 50 (28.1) 2.05 (1.13, 3.70)
Provider discussed how the mother would feed the infant at night 150 (83.8) 53 (30.1) 2.78 (1.80, 4.30)
  1. * Totals may not add up due to missing information
  2. # 95% Confidence Interval