What factors affect socioeconomic status?

Among these are low socioeconomic status, uterine overdistension, second- and third-trimester bleeding, low body mass index (BMI), nutritional deficiencies of copper and ascorbic acid, maternal cigarette smoking, cervical conization or cerclage, pulmonary disease in pregnancy, connective tissue disorders (e.g., Ehlers-Danlos syndrome), and preterm labor or symptomatic contractions in the current gestation.

From: Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies (Seventh Edition), 2017

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Effects of sociodemographic and socioeconomic factors and activities of daily living (n=1678).

Daily activityP value
Dependent, n (%)Independent, n (%)
      North-Eastern402 (26.10)26 (18.84)
      Centra]450 (29.22)0(0)
      North326 (21.17)74 (53.62)
      South362 (23.51)38 (27.54)
      Male604 (39.22)73 (52.90)
      Female936 (60.78)65 (47.10)
Marital Status0*
      Single57 (3.70)6 (4.35)
      Married732 (47.53)91(65.94)
      Divorced/separated31 (2.01)1 (0.72)
      Widow (a spouse died)566 (36.75)30 (21.74)
      Unmarried couples154 (10.00)10 (7.25)
Age (years)0*
      60-69733 (47.60)106 (76.81)
      70-79544 (35.32)30 (21.74)
      80-89233 (15.13)2 (1.45)
      90 and over30 (1.95)0(0)
Incomes (Baht)/month0*
      500-999 ($ 17-34)791(51.36)44 (40.74)
      1000-4999 ($35-164)591 (38.38)32 (29.63)
      5000-9999 ($ 165-334)117 (7.60)20 (18.52)
      10,000-49,999 ($335-1664)39 (2.53)12(11.11)
      50,000 and over ($1665 and over)2 (0.13)0(0)
      No education393 (25.52)25 (18.12)
      Primary School1114(72.34)104 (75.36)
      Secondary School24 (1.56)7 (5.07)
      Diploma7 (0.45)1 (0.72)
      Undergraduate/Postgraduate2 (0.13)1 (0.72)