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Table 3 Risk factors associated with SRCs in LRC patients by univariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses

From: Enhanced recovery after surgery nursing program, a protective factor for stoma-related complications in patients with low rectal cancer

Variables Univariate multivariate
OR (95%CI) P value OR (95%CI) P value
Age (≥ 65 vs < 65) 1.75 (1.09–2.84) 0.014* 1.27 (0.82–1.98) 0.241
BMI (≥ 24.5 vs < 24.5) 2.31 (0.72–7.23) 0.169   
Charlson Comorbidity Index (III vs II) 2.10 (0.75–5.51) 0.121   
NRS 2002 score (≥ 3 vs < 3) 1.46 (1.02–2.05) 0.028* 1.03 (0.95–1.12) 0.304
ERAS nursing program (no vs yes) 2.47 (1.42–4.01) 0.009* 2.04 (1.31–3.12) 0.016*
Preoperative stoma localization (no vs yes) 1.11 (0.81–1.57) 0.489   
Operation time (≥ 162 vs < 162) 1.50 (0.33–6.41) 0.573   
Base area of stoma (≥ 8.8 vs < 8.8) 1.68 (0.37–7.71) 0.467   
Albumin (< 35.0 vs ≥ 35.0) 1.78 (1.04–2.89) 0.012* 2.05 (0.65–6.49) 0.221
CRP (> 0.8 vs ≤ 0.8) 1.54 (1.01–2.35) 0.037* 1.26 (0.93–1.71) 0.122
  1. ERAS enhanced recovery after surgery, LRC low rectal cancer, SRCs stoma-related complications, BMI body mass index, NRS nutritional risk score, CEA carcinoembryonic antigen, CRP C-reactive protein, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  2. *P value < 0.05