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Table 7 Uni- and multivariate Cox analysis of factors associated with readmission due to GI Bleeding in HBV-related decompensated cirrhosis patients

From: Plasma diamine oxidase level predicts 6-month readmission for patients with hepatitis B virus-related decompensated cirrhosis

variable univariate mutlivariate
HR 95%CI P HR 95%CI P
Gender (male/female) * 0.532 0.143–1.982 0.347    
Age (year) 1.006 0.940–1.077 0.863    
HBeAg(+/−)* 1.577 0.478–5.199 0.454    
HBsAg 1.000 1.000–1.000 0.787    
HBV-DNA(+/−)* 2.800 0.604–12.983 0.188    
ALT(IU/L) 0.998 0.989–1.008 0.750    
AST(IU/L) 0.999 0.990–1.008 0.835    
TBIL(umol/L) 0.995 0.971–1.020 0.711    
PTA 0.986 0.951–1.022 0.434    
ALB(g/L) 0.983 0.875–1.104 0.769    
WBC(109/L) 1.039 0.907–1.190 0.584    
HGB(g/L) 0.972 0.951–0.993 0.008 0.974 0.935–1.014 0.200
PLT(109/L) 0.994 0.982–1.006 0.334    
SBP(+/−)* 1.295 0.335–5.004 0.708    
Ascites(+/−)* 0.875 0.228–3.357 0.846    
HE(+/−)* 1.600 0.408–6.278 0.500    
GI Bleeding(+/−)* 3.850 1.284–11.548 0.016 1.122 0.131–9.578 0.916
Chilid-pugh score(B/C) * 1.658 0.574–4.786 0.350    
DAO(ng/mL) 1.032 0.980–1.086 0.235    
  1. HR Hazard ratio, CI Confidence interval.
  2. * Categorical variables