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Table 6 Multivariate analysis

From: The elevated admission white blood cell count relates to adverse surgical outcome of acute Stanford type a aortic dissection

In-hospital MHRs95%CIP valueAdverse eventHRs95%CIP value
Model 1
Quartile 11.000  Quartile 11.000  
Quartile 23.5240.847–14.6650.083Quartile 21.5770.758–3.2820.223
Quartile 38.8642.201–35.6930.002Quartile 31.7640.843–3.6920.132
Quartile 47.5791.832–31.3510.005Quartile 42.2571.048–4.8640.038
CPB1.0181.010–1.026< 0.001CPB1.0101.004–1.0160.001
Cross-clamping1.0060.992–0.9790.272Cross-clamping0.9950.986–1.0060.376
Renal dysfunction6.9552.126–22.7560.001Renal dysfunction4.0291.365–11.8890.012
    BMI1.0901.017–1.1690.015
Model 2
Elevated WBCc3.1041.382–6.9720.006Elevated WBCc1.8011.068–3.0370.027
CPB1.0181.010–1.026< 0.001CPB1.0111.005–1.017< 0.001
Cross-clamping0.9930.980–1.0070.333Cross-clamping0.9950.985–1.0050.371
Renal dysfunction6.7182.132–21.1690.001Renal dysfunction4.0111.373–11.7190.011
    BMI1.0891.016–1.1680.016
  1. BMI body mass index, CI confidence interval, CPB cardiopulmonary bypass, HR hazard ratio, In-hospital M in-hospital mortality, WBCc white blood cell count. Note: P-value< 0.05 is highlighted in bold type