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Table 4 Regression analysis

From: Prognostic factors in endovascular treated pelvic haemorrhage after blunt trauma

Logistic Regression analysis Wald Odds ratio Sig.
 Dependent: Survivala
  Hb (g/l) 3.915 1.028 0.048
  Haematoma volume (ml) 4.445 0.999 0.035
  Age (years) 6.249 0.941 0.012
  ISS 7.361 0.933 0.035
 Dependent: Re-do Angiographya
  Surgery before angiography 7.508 5.533 0.006
 Dependent: Use of Macrocoilsb
  Hb (g/l) 0.496 0.991 0.481
  Crossover technique 0.869 0.515 0.351
  Direct or secondary admission 1.179 0.544 0.278
  Duration initial CT-angiography (min) 2.036 1.004 0.154
  Duration accident-angiography (min) 2.083 0.996 0.149
  Age (years) 2.239 1.024 0.135
  Arterial calcification 2.868 0.087 0.090
  Prothrombine time (%) 2.958 0.978 0.085
 Dependent: Use of Microcoilsa
  Use of macrocoils 7.100 0.251 0.008
  Transfusion received 9.519 0.239 0.002
 Dependent: Use of Particlesa
  Surgery before angiography 3.543 0.268 0.060
  Number of injured arteries 8.601 2.030 0.003
Linear Regression analysis B β Sig. (t- Test)
 Dependent: Duration Trauma to Angiographyc
  OTA classification −221.298 −0.189 0.047
  Anticoagulation 612.148 0.242 0.011
  Surgery before angiography 1066.772 0.336 < 0.001
 Dependent: Hematomac
  OTA classification −115.568 −0.240 0.028
  ISS 11.324 0.375 0.001
 Dependent: Duration of Angiography and TAEc
  Use of particles −19.256 −0.214 0.024
  ISS −0.639 −0.215 0.019
  Number of injured arteries 17.149 0.346 < 0.001
 Dependent: Hospitalizationc
  Duration of angiography 0.108 0.172 0.018
  ISS 0.736 0.398 < 0.001
  Number of macrocoils used 0.807 0.149 0.039
  Crossover technique 17.280 0.216 0.004
  Re-do angiography 30.730 0.394 < 0.001
  Survival 35.369 0.442 < 0.001
  1. Hb Haemoglobin, ISS Injury Severity Score, OTA Orthopaedic Trauma Association
  2. aForward stepwise method
  3. bEnter method
  4. cStepwise method