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Table 3 Acceptability of pulse oximetry to parents/guardians of young infants undergoing routine pulse oximetry at primary care clinics in Karachi, Pakistan

From: Utility and feasibility of integrating pulse oximetry into the routine assessment of young infants at primary care clinics in Karachi, Pakistan: a cross-sectional study

Concern Initial Visit Revisit p 1
Were you satisfied with the oxygen test? n = 528 n = 333  
Yes 527 (99.8 %) 333 (100 %) p = 1.0
No 1 (0.2 %) 0 (0 %)  
Would you permit the oxygen test to be performed on your baby again in the future? n = 512 n = 328  
Yes 509 (99.4 %) 328 (100 %) p = 0.29
No 3 (0.6 %) 0 (0 %)  
Do you believe the oxygen test was useful for the nurses/doctors to check your baby? n = 526 n = 333  
Yes 526 (100 %) 333 (100 %) p = 1.0
No 0 (0 %) 0 (0 %)  
Did the parent/guardian express unprompted concerns about: n = 527 n = 333  
Pain/discomfort    
Yes 27 (5.1 %) 4 (1.2 %) p = 0.002
No 500 (94.9 %) 329 (98.8 %)  
Heat/burning    
Yes 1 (0.2 %) 0 (0 %) p = 1.0
No 526 (99.8 %) 333 (100 %)  
Sensor was wrapped too tightly    
Yes 0 (0 %) 0 (0 %) p = 1.0
No 527 (100 %) 333 (100 %)  
Test was taking too long    
Yes 0 (0 %) 0 (0 %) p = 1.0
No 527 (100 %) 333 (100 %)  
  1. 1P value for Fisher’s exact test of difference in proportions between initial visits and revisits