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Table 2 Safe Sleep Responses by Breastfeeding Status, Caregiver Tobacco Use, and Household Tobacco Use

From: You can have your breastmilk and safe sleep too: a preliminary analysis of infant safe sleep data in a Midwestern home visiting program

  Placed Infant on Back to Sleepb Bed-Shareda Used Soft Beddinga  
Never Sometimes Always p-value† Never Sometimes Always p-value† Never Sometimes Always p-value† Total
n (%) n (%) n (%)   n (%) n (%) n (%)   n (%) n (%) n (%)   n
Breastfeeding Status
 Never 1 (1) 16 (18) 73 (81) 0.35 48 (53) 27 (30) 15 (17) 0.003* 51 (57) 22 (24) 17 (19) 0.06 90
 Weaned 3 (3) 16 (13) 101 (84) 47 (39) 55 (46) 18 (15) 73 (61) 27 (23) 20 (17) 120
 Ongoing 1 (1) 6 (8) 70 (91) 51 (66) 17 (22) 9 (12) 60 (78) 9 (12) 8 (10) 77
Caregiver Tobacco Use
 No 4 (2) 25 (10) 210 (88) 0.009* 127 (53) 79 (33) 33 (14) 0.52 159 (67) 44 (18) 36 (15) 0.15 239
 Yes 1 (3) 10 (29) 24 (69) 15 (43) 14 (40) 6 (17) 18 (51) 11 (31) 6 (17) 35
Household Tobacco Use
 No 3 (1) 22 (10) 185 (88) 0.03* 118 (56) 65 (31) 27 (13) 0.04* 143 (68) 33 (16) 34 (16) 0.004* 210
 Yes 2 (3) 13 (22) 45 (75) 23 (38) 24 (40) 13 (22) 30 (50) 21 (35) 9 (15) 60
  1. *p ≤ .05
  2. Pearson’s chi-squared or Fisher’s exact test were used to determine association
  3. aComparison performed using Pearson’s chi-squared test
  4. bComparison performed using Fisher’s exact test