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Table 3 Factors associated with mortality in the whole population and according to the success of the institutions by multivariate analysis

From: Implementation of sepsis bundles in public hospitals in Brazil: a prospective study with heterogeneous results

Variables All institutions Successful institutions Nonsuccessful institutions
p Value OR (95% CI) p Value OR (95% CI) p Value OR (95% CI)
Age, years <0.0001 1.013(1.008–1.018)
SOFA score, points 0.091 1.038 (0.994–1.083) <0.0001 1.101 (1.052–1.151)
APACHE II score, points <0.0001 1.067 (1.049–1.085)
Cancer 0.008 1.448 (1.101–1.909)
Alcohol abuse    0.001 2.447 (1.442–4.204) 0.931 0.981 (0.637–1.510)
Pneumonia <0.0001 1.586(1.298–1.940)
Abdominal source 0.750 1.044 (0.799–1.363) 0.005 1.755 (1.198–2.571)
ICU admission 0.750 1.044 (0.799–1.363) 0.005 0.652 (0.482–0.882)
Septic shock 0.0002 1.634 (1.267–2.108)
Sepsis in the wards 0.0034 1.340 (1.102–1.630)
Number of organ dysfunctions <0.0001 1.250 (1.127–1.387)
Time to sepsis diagnosis, h 0.0005 1.015 (1.007–1.024)
Compliance with the 6-h bundle 0.253 0.864 (0.671–1.109)
  1. SOFA Sequential Organ Failure Assessment, APACHE II Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II, ICU Intensive care unit
  2. In the multivariate regression model, for the variables that presented a different OR between the successful and nonsuccessful sites, we present the results individually according to the type of site