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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data of control vs. case neonates enrolled in the study

From: SLCO1B1 c.388A > G variant incidence and the severity of hyperbilirubinemia in Indonesian neonates

Factor in study Control group Case group P
Gender (n = 88)
 Male 24 (51.1%) 17 (41.5%) NS*
 MFemale 23 (48.9%) 24 (58.5%)  
Population (n = 88)
 Jakarta 42 (89.4%) 14 (34.1%) < 0.001*
 Bengkulu 2 (4.3%) 24 (58.5%)  
 Papua 3 (6.4%) 3 (7.3%)  
Exclusive Breastfeeding (n = 88)
 Yes 27 (57.4%) 17 (41.5%) NS*
 No 20 (42.6%) 24 (58.5%)  
Delivery Method (n = 88)
 Vaginal 14 (29.8%) 18 (43.9%) NS*
 Caesarean 33 (70.2%) 23 (56.1%)  
Delivery Location (n = 88)
 Midwife 2 (4.3%) 12 (29.3%) 0.001*
 Hospital 45 (95.7%) 29 (70.7%)  
Sibling Requiring Phototherapy (n = 88)
 Yes 3 (6.4%) 3 (7.3%) NS*
 No 44 (93.6%) 38 (92.7%)  
Gestational age (n = 88)
 (Mean + SD, wk) 33.23 + 3.3 35.76 + 3.2 0.001**
Birth weight (n = 88)
 (Median (Min-Max), g) 1580 (700–3660) 2500 (940–4100) < 0.001***
Mother’s age (n = 88)
 (Median (Min-Max), y) 29 (18–46) 28 (19–43) NS***
  1. *Chi-square
  2. **Student’s t-test
  3. ***Mann-Whitney U-test