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Table 2 Evaluation of crib environmenta pre- and post-intervention

From: Expansion of a multi-pronged safe sleep quality improvement initiative to three children’s hospital campuses

VariablePre (n = 204)Post (n = 274)p-value
Environment, n (%)n (%)n (%)< 0.01
 Not safe192 (94.1)165 (60.2) 
 Safe12 (5.9)109 (39.8) 
Clothing, n (%)45 (22.1)18 (6.6)< 0.01
Diapers, n (%)44 (21.6)13 (4.7)< 0.01
Stuffed toy, n (%)48 (23.5)29 (10.6)< 0.01
Burping cloths, n (%)34 (16.7)7 (2.6)< 0.01
Pillow, n (%)27 (13.2)22 (8.0)0.07
Extra blanket, n (%)151 (74.0)106 (38.7)< 0.01
Suction, n (%)11 (5.4)1 (0.4)< 0.01
Fluffy blanket, n (%)55 (27.0)48 (17.5)0.02
Wipes, n (%)58 (28.4)25 (9.1)< 0.01
Plastic toy, n (%)19 (9.3)10 (3.6)0.01
Bottle, n (%)7 (3.4)10 (3.6)1.0
Med equipment NOT in use, n (%)56 (27.5)16 (5.8)< 0.01
Electronics, n (%)1 (0.5)4 (1.5)0.40
Bumpers, n (%)0 (0.0)2 (0.7)0.51
Books, n (%)1 (0.5)0 (0.0)0.43
Other loose items, n (%)2 (1.0)0 (0.0)0.18
  1. aSafe sleep environment defined as a clear crib except for pacifier and single swaddled blanket
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