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Table 6 Logistic regression analysis of 24h mortality, in-hospital mortality and ICU admission on gender and other covariates in trauma patients (ISS≥16) aged 16-44-years

From: Is there an association between female gender and outcome in severe trauma? A multi-center analysis in the Netherlands

 24h mortalityIn-hospital mortalityICU admission
VariableOR95% CIP- valueOR95% CIP- valueOR95% CIP- value
Male Gender0.9390.567-1.5540.8061.1580.827-1.6210.3930.9820.799-1.2080.867
Blunt MOI0.2310.107-0.498<0.00010.3270.215-0.497<0.00011.5630.927-2.6380.094
ISS
 16-24REF <0.0001aREF <0.0001aREF <0.0001a
 25-506.5463.447-12.432<0.00013.7692.527-5.621<0.00013.4632.769-4.332<0.0001
 51-758.0902.153-30.3990.0027.8584.105-15.041<0.00019.5504.370-20.868<0.0001
Prehospital intubation   2.3051.687-3.149<0.00011.2621.000-1.5930.050
SBP ≤89 mmHg at ED4.1732.186-7.965<0.00014.6383.096-6.949<0.00011.8071.233-2.6470.002
GCS ≤8 at ED4.2512.200-8.215<0.000113.2667.688-22.890<0.00014.4343.365-5.844<0.0001
RTS≤12 at ED3.2931.340-8.0940.0090.8680.476-1.5850.6461.6151.167-2.2340.004
AIS Head ≥ 31.7950.978-3.2960.0592.1891.491-3.215<0.0001   
AIS Thorax ≥ 30.6030.363-1.0040.0520.6010.446-0.8120.0010.5690.453-0.714<0.0001
AIS Abdomen ≥ 3   1.5651.076-2.2760.0191.5321.006-2.3330.047
Admission at ED, year
 2004-2006   1.2470.524-2.9680.617   
 2007-2009   2.4891.654-3.746<0.0001   
 2010-2012   1.7751.209-2.6050.003   
 2013-2014   REF <0.0001a   
  1. a P – value represents the overall significance across the categories
  2. AIS, Abbreviated Injury Scale; CI, Confidence Interval; ED, Emergency Department; GCS, Glasgow Coma Scale; ISS, Injury Severity Score; MOI, Mechanism of Injury; OR, Odds ratio; SBP, Systolic Blood Pressure; RTS, Revised Trauma Score