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Table 5 Possible co-founding factors of SIRS and sepsis

From: Resuscitation with polymeric plasma substitutes is permissive for systemic inflammatory response syndrome and sepsis in multiply injured patients: a retrospective cohort study

  SIRS Sepsis
Wald Odds P value Wald Odds P value
Age (a) 0.423 0.998 0.515 7.968 0.991 0.005
Gender (male/female) 0.000 0.998 0.987 0.252 1.065 0.616
AIS head 0.006 0.996 0.936 1.130 1.045 0.288
AIS face 0.096 1.020 0.757 0.695 1.043 0.405
AIS thorax 0.028 0.992 0.867 1.292 1.044 0.256
AIS abdomen 0.044 0.990 0.833 0.525 1.028 0.469
AIS spine 7.822 1.149 0.005 2.587 1.064 0.108
AIS extremities 9.302 1.171 0.002 23.463 1.220 <0.001
AIS pelvis 8.782 1.211 0.003 2.823 0.924 0.093
AIS soft tissue 0.008 0.993 0.930 2.961 1.118 0.085
ISS 0.067 1.003 0.795 0.071 1.002 0.790
NISS 3.112 1.012 0.078 0.601 0.996 0.438
GCS 20.401 0.907 <0.001 7.397 0.954 0.007
Base excess (m Eq/L) 5.449 0.956 0.020 30.932 0.907 <0.001
Lactate (mmol/L) 4.136 0.928 0.042 15.893 0.879 <0.001
Hematocrite (%) 1.230 0.971 0.267 0.007 1.002 0.934
Hemoglobin (g/dL) 0.455 1.055 0.500 0.029 0.988 0.864
Prothrombin time (%) 0.777 1.003 0.378 4.785 1.006 0.029
Leukocytes (103/μL) 7.267 1.034 0.007 3.344 1.018 0.067
APACHE II 1.091 0.984 0.296 10.359 0.959 0.001
  1. Significant results are highlighted in italics. Hosmer–Lemeshow P = 0.001 fors SIRS and P = 0.2 for sepsis