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Table 7 Regression analysis of variables to predict 28-day mortality

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

  Univariate analysis Multiple analysis
OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) p
APACHE II score 1.120 (1.021–1.229) 0.017 1.042 (0.862–1.260) 0.672
SOFA score 1.240 (1.081–1.422) 0.002 1.223 (1.007–1.485) 0.042
AGI grade 2.042 (1.007–3.873) 0.029 1.658 (0.616–4.463) 0.317
IAP (mm Hg) 0.975 (0.858–1.109) 0.701 0.887 (0.726–1.084) 0.243
LPS (pg/mL) 1.016 (0.991–1.041) 0.207 0.953 (0.796–1.140) 0.598
d-la (μmol/L) 1.005 (0.999–1.012) 0.080 1.011 (0.979–1.044) 0.495
i-FABP (pg/mL) 1.000 (1.000–1.001) 0.147 1.000 (0.997–1.004) 0.944
  1. Variables were compared using binary logistic regression for the multiple analysis; survival group is the reference for death group
  2. AGI acute gastrointestinal injury, APACHE acute physiology and chronic health evaluation, APP abdominal perfusion pressure, CI confidence interval; d-la, d-lactate, IAP intra-abdominal pressure, i-FABP intestinal fatty acid–binding protein, LPS lipopolysaccharide, OR odds ratio, SOFA sepsis-related organ failure assessment