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Table 3 Multiple logistic regression model with favourable neurological outcome at hospital discharge as the dependent variable

From: Associations between blood glucose level and outcomes of adult in-hospital cardiac arrest: a retrospective cohort study

Independent variablea Odds ratio 95 % confidence interval p value
Age between 30 and 70 years 2.32 1.21–4.59 0.01
Male 2.21 1.13–4.51 0.02
Renal insufficiency 0.45 0.23–0.86 0.02
DM * Mean glucose level between 183 and 307 mg/dl 2.71 1.186.20 0.02
Without DM * Mean glucose level between 142 and 250 mg/dl 1.38 0.672.86 0.38
Baseline evidence of motor, cognitive, or functional deficits 0.41 0.20–0.80 0.01
Favourable neurological status 24 h before cardiac arrest 3.76 1.88–7.85 <0.001
Metastatic cancer or any blood borne malignancy 0.05 0.003–0.26 0.005
Arrest on general ward 0.44 0.22–0.87 0.02
Shockable rhythm 2.84 1.37–5.88 0.005
CPRb duration 0.95 0.92–0.98 0.002
Post-ROSCc percutaneous coronary intervention 2.76 1.09–7.02 0.03
  1. Goodness-of-fit assessment: n = 402, adjusted generalized R 2 = 0.40, the estimated area under the receiver operating characteristic curve = 0.86, and the Hosmer and Lemeshow goodness-of-fit Chi Squared test p = 0.79
  2. aThe display of independent variables is arranged in order of these variables in Tables 1 and 2
  3. b CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  4. c ROSC return of spontaneous circulation