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Table 3 Univariate- and multivariate regression analyses of all-cause mortality in the total ischemic stroke or TIA cohort (n = 132)

From: Heart dysfunction in patients with acute ischemic stroke or TIA does not predict all-cause mortality at long-term follow-up

Univariate HR 95% CI P-values
Age (years) 4.903 2.15-11.19 <0.000
mRS >2 at 3-months follow-up (%) 4.163 2.07-8.36 <0.000
Anaemia (%) 2.462 1.13-5.39 0.024
CRP (mg/L) 2.070 1.04-4.11 0.037
Smoking (%) 2.327 1.01-5.39 0.049
Myocardial infarction (%) 2.405 1.20-4.84 0.014
Angina pectoris (%) 2.530 1.23-5.22 0.012
Post-stroke Aspirin (%) 0.360 0.18-0.73 0.005
Heart dysfunction (%)    n.s
Multivariate HR 95% CI P
Age (years) 5.401 1.97-14.78 0.001
mRS >2 at 3-months follow-up (%)    n.s.
Anaemia (%)    n.s.
CRP (mg/L)    n.s.
Smoking (%) 3.181 1.36-7.47 0.008
Myocardial infarction (%) 2.826 1.17-6.83 0.021
Angina pectoris (%)    n.s.
Post-stroke Aspirin (%) 0.312 0.13-0.77 0.011
  1. mRS, Modified rankin scale; CRP, C-reactive protein.