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Table 3 Effect of RP intervention on bottle feeding

From: INSIGHT responsive parenting intervention and infant feeding practices: randomized clinical trial

  RP
(n = 140)
Control
(n = 139)
p-valuea Odds ratio (CI) or Cohen’s D
Currently adding cereal to bottle (denominator = current bottle users)
 8 weeks 6/114 (5.3%) 2/112 (1.8%) 0.18 3.1 (0.6–15.6)
 20 weeks 10/119 (8.4%) 22/110 (20.0%) 0.01 0.4 (0.2–0.8)
 32 weeks 11/108 (10.2%) 15/107 (14.0%) 0.38 0.7 (0.3–1.6)
Uses slow flow nipple (denominator = current bottle users)
 8 weeks 101/114 (88.6%) 86/107 (80.4%) 0.10 1.9 (0.9–4.0)
 20 weeks 83/117 (70.9%) 61/105 (58.1%) 0.05 1.8 (1.0–3.2)
Use bottle ≥8 oz. (denominator = current bottle users)
 8 weeks 10/111 (9.0%) 15/106 (14.1%) 0.26 0.6 (0.3–1.4)
 20 weeks 37/117 (31.6%) 43/105 (40.9%) 0.17 0.7 (0.4–1.2)
 32 weeks 49/103 (47.6%) 57/102 (55.9%) 0.28 0.7 (0.4–1.3)
Prop/Propped the bottle (denominator = all available)
 16 weeks 17/122 (13.9%) 22/117 (18.6%) 0.30 0.7 (0.3–1.4)
 28 weeks 13/129 (10.1%) 24/122 (19.7%) 0.03 0.4 (0.2–0.9)
Using bottle (denominator = all available)
 52 weeks 78/125 (62.4%) 97/123 (78.9%) 0.005 0.4 (0.3–0.8)
Using sippy cup (denominator = all available)
 32 weeks 54/128 (42.2%) 42/129 (32.6%) 0.11 1.5 (0.9–2.5)
 52 weeks 124/125 (99.2%) 113/125 (90.4%) 0.01 13.2 (1.7–104)
Using regular cup (denominator = all available)
 32 weeks 9/127 (7.1%) 10/131 (7.6%) 0.85 0.9 (0.4–2.3)
 52 weeks 14/125 (11.2%) 9/125 (7.2%) 0.29 1.6 (0.7–3.9)
Puts child to bed with bottle/sippy cup (denominator = current bottle or sippy cup users)
 8 weeks 0/114 (0%) 3/108 (2.8%) 0.95 NA
 20 weeks 2/118 (1.7%) 3/106 (2.8%) 0.56 0.6 (0.1–3.6)
 32 weeks 6/114 (5.3%) 9/113 (7.8%) 0.42 0.6 (0.2–1.9)
 52 weeks 13/125 (10.4%) 25/122 (20.5%) 0.03 0.5 (0.2–0.9)
Night-time (7 pm-7 am) feedings – mean (SD)
 8 weeks 3.1 (1.2), n = 127 3.3 (1.3), n = 130 0.20 0.16
 20 weeks 1.8 (1.2), n = 123 2.2 (1.3), n = 123 0.03 0.32
 32 weeks 1.3 (1.1), n = 122 1.7 (1.4), n = 121 0.01 0.32
  1. ap for study group difference, ANOVA or logistic regression adjusted for stratification variables