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Table 5 Multiple Cox Regression Analysis for OS in a cohort of liver transplantation.

From: Recipient and donor thrombophilia and the risk of portal venous thrombosis and hepatic artery thrombosis in liver recipients

Variable p Hazard Ratio (CI)
AGE (CONTINUOUS VARIABLE) 0.059  
PARTIAL GRAFT (YES/NO) 0.919  
DONOR TYPE (LIVE OR DECEASED) 0.500  
CAUSE OF LIVER TRANSPLANTATION 0.719  
TOXICITY AS EVENT POST-TRANSPLANT 0.479  
LIVER DISEASE RELAPSE AS EVENT POST-TRANSPLANT < 0.001 6.609 (2.674-16.335)
THROMBOSIS AS EVENT POST-TRANSPLANT 0.600  
TUMOR AS EVENT POST-TRANSPLANT 0.303  
FVIII LEVEL RECIPIENT(CONTINUOUS VARIABLE) 0.019 1.008 (1.001-1.015)
ANTITHROMBIN LEVEL RECIPIENT (CONTINUOUS VARIABLE) < 0.001 0.946 (0.921-0.971)
PROTEIN C RECIPIENT 0.931  
PROTEIN S RECIPIENT 0. 388  
FIBRINOGEN LEVEL RECIPIENT 0.264  
PLATELET COUNT RECIPIENT 0.233  
  1. Relapse of liver disease (HR 6.609), high levels of FVIII (HR 1.0008) and low levels of antithrombin (HR 0.946) have been independently associated with mortality from the time of liver transplantation in a multivariable Cox regression model. Split Liver Transplant: In some cases, it is possible to divide the donor liver into two parts and transplant the parts into two recipients or in the case of the live donor liver transplant too.