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Table 3 Adjusted ordered logistic regression for the Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS). Each panel (A and B) includes the IMPACT model with the relative OR on the left (the core model in panel A and the extended model in panel B), and the recalculated OR when PTCI was added as a covariate on the right

From: Impact of a posttraumatic cerebral infarction on outcome in patients with TBI: the Italian multicenter cohort INCEPT study

Panel AIMPACT core modelIMPACT core model plus PTCI
GOSOR95% C.I.pOR95% C.I.p
Age1.041.02–1.06< 0.00011.041.02–1.06< 0.0001
GCSm0.430.22–0.840.0110.450.23–0.900.025
Pupils3.001.29–7.140.0481.910.79–4.670.150
PTCI3.881.85–8.34< 0.0001
Panel BIMPACT extended modelIMPACT extended model plus PTCI
GOSOR95% C.I.pOR95% C.I.p
Age1.041.01–1.06< 0.00011.041.02–1.06< 0.0001
GCSm0.430.21–0.840.0160.460.22–0.910.025
Pupils3.321.33–8.510.0312.260.89–5.820.085
Hypotension1.600.51–3.780.3100.520.78–4.990.147
Hypoxia1.410.26–1.890.4731.550.56–4.230.389
SAH1.230.59–2.580.5551.170.56–2.490.689
EDH0.930.44–1.970.9200.830.12–131.360.647
Marshall CT score2.760.06–66.330.7204.420.01–8.310.385
PTCI4.772.19–10.67< 0.0001
  1. GCSm Glasgow Coma Scale motor score, OR proportional odds ratio, C.I. confidence interval, SAH traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage, EDH epidural hematoma. Hypotension and hypoxia refer to both pre-hospital and intra-hospital periods