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Table 2 Characteristics of studies included to study the effect of number of ANC visits on institutional delivery service use in Ethiopia

From: The effect of antenatal care on use of institutional delivery service and postnatal care in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

S. No Author and year Study area Study period Study design Sample size Number of ANC visits Institutional delivery
Yes No
1 Hailu et al., 2014 [64] Tsegedie District, Tigray November 2012 to June 2013 CB cross sectional 485 ≥4+ 29 14
< 4 102 126
2 Feyissa et al., 2013 [59] East Wollega, Oromia September to October 2013 Unmatched case control 320 ≥4+ 48 79
< 4 25 89
3 Mengesha et al., 2013 [60] Dabat District, Amhara October 2009 to August 2012 Nested case control 1065 ≥4+ 152 159
< 4 61 693
4 Odo et al., 2014 [67] Goba town, Oromia April, 2013 CB cross sectional 580 ≥4+ 50 32
< 4 196 200
5 Tura et al., 2014 [76] Jimma zone, Oromia September 2012 to April 2013 CB follow up study 3472 ≥4+ 633 595
< 4 321 1085
6 Alemayehu & Mekonnen, 2015 [89] Ankasha Gagusa woreda, Amhara February, 2014 CB cross sectional 373 ≥4+ 23 22
< 4 41 199
7 Kasaye et al., 2017 [90] Debremarkos town, Amhara January, 2016 CB cross sectional 518 ≥4+ 154 14
< 4 221 113
8 Tadele and Lamaro, 2017 [86] Bench Maji, SNNPRS September, 2015 CB cross sectional 800 ≥4+ 427 21
< 4 147 88
9 Desalegn et al., 2014 [91] Fogera District, Amhara February – April, 2013 CB cross sectional 412 ≥4+ 61 42
< 4 65 231
10 Kibret, 2015 [92] Gozamen District, Amhara March to April, 2014 CB cross sectional 499 ≥4+ 44 48
< 4 79 326
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