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Table 3 The significant univariate analysis and multivariate logistic regression to determine factors associated with recurrent bleeding

From: Weak up-regulation of serum response factor in gastric ulcers in patients with co-morbidities is associated with increased risk of recurrent bleeding

Related factors
Univariate analysis
Recurrent bleeding rates (%) Odds ratio
(95% CI)
P
value
SRH of Forrest classification Ia to IIc vs. none 6.4 vs. 0 - 0.06
Comorbidities vs. none 14.3 vs. 1.7 9.92 (1.55 ~ 63.49) 0.02
Weak up-regulation of SRF vs. others 9.8 vs. 1.0 10.81 (1.17 ~ 99.89) 0.02
Multivariate logistic regression Coefficient (SE) 95% CI P value
Comorbidities vs. none 2.29 (1.05) 1.25 ~ 77.71 0.03
Weak up-regulation of SRF vs. others 2.36 (1.20) 1.02 ~ 111.07 0.048
  1. SRH: stigmata of recent hemorrhage; SRF, serum response factor; CI, Confidence interval; SE, standard error. P value was assessed by two-tailed Fisher's exact test. Indicated the significance of the multivariate logistic regression.