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Table 2 Logistic regression analysis of the risk factors associated with Death/severe disability

From: Plasma D-dimer level is associated with clinical outcomes in patients with atrial fibrillation related acute ischemic stroke after pneumonia

  aOR (95% CI) P*
Model 1(D-dimer value)
 NIHSS score 1.50(1.36–1.67) <0.001
 D-dimer value 2.29(1.70–3.08) <0.001
 Anticoagulant 0.22(0.10–0.49) <0.001
 Infarct volume 1.01(1.01–1.02) <0.001
 CURB-65 score 1.30(0.98–1.73) 0.071
Model 2(D-dimer≥2.35 mg/l)
 NIHSS score 1.53(1.38–1.69) <0.001
 D-dimer≥2.35 mg/l 5.99(3.04–11.83) <0.001
 Anticoagulant 0.21(0.09–0.47) <0.001
 Infarct volume 1.01(1.01–1.02) <0.001
 CURB-65 1.33(1.00–1.76) 0.05
  1. Bold indicates P-values less than 0.05.
  2. *Multivariable adjusted for age, NIHSS score, INR, CHA2DS2-VASc, infarct volume, CRUB-65 score, gender, BMI, hypertension, current smoking, alcohol drinking, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, family history of stroke, thrombolytic therapy, thrombectomy, thrombolytic therapy + thrombectomy, medications use