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Table 1 Patient characteristics for c-section patients at KDH (N = 340)

From: Does community-based health insurance protect women from financial catastrophe after cesarean section? A prospective study from a rural hospital in Rwanda

  Median (IQR) or n (%)
Age 26 (22–31)
Insurance 330 (97.1%)
 None 10 (2.9%)
 Private 20 (5.9%)
 CBHI: 310 (91.2%)
  Ubudehe Category 1 50 (16.1%)
  Ubudehe Category 2/3 260 (83.9%)
Travel time to health center (min) 30 (15–45)
Travel time to hospital (min) 240 (60–720)
Length of stay (days) 3 (3–4)
Health conditions (n = 339)
 HIV 3 (0.9%)
 Obesity 0 (0%)
 Diabetes 0 (0%)
 Anemia 0 (0%)
Occupation
 Farmer 234 (68.8%)
 Unskilled labor 43 (12.6%)
 Employed 29 (8.5%)
 Self-employed 30 (8.8%)
 House-wife 4 (1.2%)
Household size 4 (3–5)
Marital status (n = 339)
 Single 32 (9.4%)
 Married 133 (39.2%)
 Living with a partner 173 (51.0%)
 Divorced 0 (0.0%)
 Widowed 1 (0.3%)
Reported Annual Incomea $1489.71 ($893.83–$2234.57)
Expenditures (n = 338)
 Calculated annual household expenditureb $439.01 (259.04, 610.87)
 Daily expenditure/person, medianb $0.30 ($0.17–$0.45)
  1. aConverted to USD using 2017 PPP
  2. bConverted to USD using 2018 nominal exchange rate