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Table 2 Percentage of facilities that performed EmONC signal functions in last three months in presence of patients with the indication

From: Practice of emergency obstetric care signal functions and reasons for non-provision among health centers and hospitals in Lake and Western zones of Tanzania

Zonea Injected antibiotics (N = 202) Injected Uterotonics (N = 257) Injected anticonvul sant (N = 163) Manually removed of placenta (N = 180) Evacuated products of conception (N = 183) Assisted Vaginal delivery (N = 162) Resuscit ated a Newborn (N = 230) Blood transfusion (N = 110) Performed Cesarean section (N = 110)
Lake 91.4 95.4 78.5 78.9 59.1 41.5 82.4 46.8 46.8
Western 88.2 98.3 83.3 72.3 65.2 28.2 85.2 51.5 41.9
Regiona
 Kagera 96.6 95.3 73.1 72.7 52.0 64.0 97.4 81.8 69.2
 Geita 100 100 85.7 77.8 41.2 35.3 88.9 66.7 57.1
 Mwanza 82.5 97.9 62.1 67.6 56.8 30.0 82.6 36.4 39.1
 Mara 92.1 89.6 85.7 93.8 78.1 41.4 97.4 54.5 52.2
 Shinyanga 94.4 100.0 100 80 58.8 28.6 52.4 18.2 25.0
 Simiyu 92.9 94.4 77.8 83.3 55.6 50.0 35.7 20.0 20.0
 Tabora 95.7 96.6 100 100 73.7 42.9 75 30.8 35.7
 Kigoma 82.1 100.0 70.8 53.6 59.3 20.0 93.3 65.0 47.1
Facility Ownershipa
 Public 90.0 95.6 78.6 77.9 58.0 33.3 81.2 43.1 42.0
 Private 92.0 97.4 82.4 75.5 67.3 51.1 87.1 57.9 51.2
Facility Typea
 Hospital 88.9 98.5 77.6 70.2 66.0 47.6 85.7 62.2 60.5
 Health Center 91.2 95.3 80.7 79.7 58.6 35.0 82.0 41.1 37.5
 Overall b 90.6 96.1 79.8 77.2 60.7 38.3 83.0 48.2 45.5
  1. aWithin group percentages for facilities that received patients in need of specific signal function in last 3 months; b Percentages calculated based on all facilities that received patients in need of the specific signal function in last 3 months