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Table 8 Logistic regression analysis of <24h mortality, in-hospital mortality and ICU admission on gender and other covariates in trauma patients (ISS≥16) aged 16- to 40-years

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

 Early (<24h) mortalityIn-hospital mortalityICU admission
VariableOR95% CIP- valueOR95% CIP- valueOR95% CIP- value
Male Gender1.4980.903-2.4840.1171.2240.847-1.7670.2821.0570.810-1.3790.682
Blunt MOI2.3771.425-3.9640.0013.1962.055-4.968<0.0001   
ISS
 16-24REFREF0.009REFREF<0.0001aREFREF<0.0001a
 25-502.2341.314-3.7980.0033.4082.217-5.239<0.00012.2561.754-2.902<0.0001
 51-752.6101.168-5.8340.0196.8343.404-13.722<0.00011.4320.628-3.2650.393
Prehospital intubation3.3042.109-5.176<0.00012.3761.700-3.322<0.00010.5760.430-0.773<0.0001
SBP ≤89 mmHg at ED7.4824.645-12.052<0.00014.2782.780-6.583<0.00010.3020.188-0.485<0.0001
GCS ≤8 at ED15.0467.050-32.111<0.000114.0747.740-25.593<0.00012.8281.969-4.063<0.0001
RTS≤12 at ED   0.8420.436-1.6250.6084.3903.089-6.238<0.0001
AIS Head ≥ 3   0.4950.328-0.7470.001   
AIS Thorax ≥ 31.6761.107-2.5370.0151.5201.100-2.1010.0110.5320.418-0.678<0.0001
AIS Abdomen ≥ 30.5890.365-0.9490.0300.5930.399-0.8810.0100.5270.382-0.729<0.0001
Admission at ED, year
 2004-20060.7680.190-3.0980.7111.1010.425-2.8520.8430.7110.371-1.3620.304
 2007-20093.5431.957-6.414<0.00012.7901.788-4.355<0.00010.8630.606-1.2300.415
 2010-20121.5220.848-2.7320.1601.7491.145-2.6740.0100.4730.352-0.635<0.0001
 2013-2014REFREF<0.0001aREFREF<0.0001aREFREF<0.0001a
  1. 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
  2. a P – value represents the overall significance across the categories