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Table 1 Maternal and neonatal characteristics

From: Association of maternal HDL2-c concentration in the first trimester and the risk of large for gestational age birth

  Total (n = 549) AGA (n = 458) LGA (n = 75) P valuea
Maternal characteristics
 Age (years) 31.4 ± 3.7 31.5 ± 3.7 31.3 ± 3.2 0.687
 Prepregnancy BMI (kg/m2) 21.84 ± 2.95 21.77 ± 2.96 22.27 ± 2.78 0.169
 GWG (kg) 13.25 ± 4.97 13.09 ± 4.93 14.25 ± 5.20 0.066
 Parity     0.861
  1 375(68.3) 310(67.7) 50(66.7)  
   > 1 174(31.7) 148(32.3) 25(33.3)  
Neonatal characteristics
 Gender     0.279
  Male 295(53.7) 244(53.3) 45(60.0)  
  Female 254(46.3) 214(46.7) 30(40.0)  
 Birth length (cm) 49.57 ± 1.82 49.41 ± 1.72 51.03 ± 1.57 0.000
 Birth weight (g) 3348.67 ± 411.95 3277.79 ± 327.26 3936.67 ± 307.06 0.000
 Birth head circumference (cm) 34.66 ± 1.20 34.55 ± 1.11 35.69 ± 1.05 0.000
 Delivery mode     0.337
  Vaginal delivery 381(70.6) 318(70.8) 49(65.3)  
  Cesarean section 159(29.4) 131(29.2) 26(34.7)  
  1. AGA Appropriate for gestational age, LGA Large for gestational age, GWG Gestational weight gain, BMI Body mass index
  2. a Statistically significant difference between AGA and LGA groups