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Table 5 Multiple regression analysis of characteristics of the patients divided by AGI grade

From: Association between acute gastrointestinal injury and biomarkers of intestinal barrier function in critically ill patients

  Grade II   Grade III   Grade IV  
OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P
APACHE II score 1.017 (0.884–1.168) 0.817 1.754 (1.225–2.511) 0.002 1.493 (1.079–2.066) 0.015
IAP (mm Hg) 1.174 (0.890–1.550) 0.257 1.622 (1.111–2.369) 0.012 1.518 (1.066–2.162) 0.021
i-FABP (pg/mL) 0.993 (0.987–1.000) 0. 067 0.996 (0.985–1.007) 0. 454 0.997 (0.987–1.007) 0.575
LPS (pg/mL) 1.286 (0.846–1.956) 0.239 0.609 (0.238–1.559) 0.301 0.923 (0.497–1.714) 0.800
d-la (μmol/L) 1.059 (1.005–1.117) 0.033 1.155 (1.052–1.268) 0.003 1.088 (1.013–1.168) 0.021
  1. Variables were compared using multinomial logistic regression for the multiple analysis; Grade I is the reference for Grades II, III, and IV
  2. AGI acute gastrointestinal injury, APACHE acute physiology and chronic health evaluation, CI confidence interval, d -la d-lactate, IAP intra-abdominal pressure, i-FABP intestinal fatty acid–binding protein, LPS lipopolysaccharide, OR odds ratio