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Table 1 Comparison of individual and midwifery data in the three groups of study

From: Comparison of the effectiveness of virtual reality and chewing mint gum on labor pain and anxiety: a randomized controlled trial

Variable virtual reality
N (%)
Control
N (%)
chewing gum
N (%)
Job housewife 28 (90.32%) 31 (100%) 27 (87.09%)
Student or employed 3 (9.68%) 0 (0%) 4 (12.90%)
Education level Elementary school 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 2 (6.45%)
Junior high school 11 (35.48%) 14 (45.16%) 12 (38.70%)
Senior high school 13 (41.94%) 16 (51.61%) 9 (29.03%)
University 7 (22.58%) 1 (3.23%) 8 (25.82%)
Socioeconomic Status Poor 14 (45.16%) 19 (61.29%) 14 (45.16%)
Moderate 17 (54.84%) 12 (38.71%) 17 (54.84%)
Pregnancy condition wanted 28 (90.32%) 30 (96.77%) 27 (87.09%)
Unwanted 3 (9.68%) 1 (3.23%) 4 (12.90%)
Participation in Maternal Readiness Class Yes 9 (29.03%) 7 (22.58%) 13 (41.93%)
No 22 (70.97%) 24 (77.42%) 15 (58.07%)
Gravida 1 23 (74.19%) 15 (48.38%) 16 (51.62%)
2 8 (25.81%) 16 (51.62%) 15 (48.38%)
Parturition 0 25 (80.64%) 18 (58.07%) 18 (58.07%)
1 6 (19.36%) 13 (41.93%) 13 (41.93%)
BMI Underweight 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
Norma lweight 3 (9.68%) 8 (25.82%) 3 (9.68%)
Overweight 24 (77.42%) 20 (64.50%) 27 (87.09%)
Obesity 4 (12.90%) 3 (9.68%) 1 (3.23%)
  1. *analyzed by Chi-square test