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Table 5 Univariate logistic regression in prediction of mortality in the studied group

From: Estimated glomerular filtration rate as one of the main predictors of in-hospital mortality in Egyptian patients with ST elevation myocardial infarction: a two-year retrospective study

VariableCoefficient (β)POR (95% CI)
Clinical predictors
Age (years)0.074< 0.0001**1.077 (1.04–1.114)
Gender1.1290.002*3.091 (1.489–6.417)
Diabetes mellitus0.4430.2041.557 (0.787–3.082)
Hypertension− 0.4200.2640.657 (0.315–1.372)
Laboratory predictors
Hemoglobin (gm/dl)− 0.400< 0.0001**0.670 (0.549–0.819)
NL-ratio− 3.9820.4240.019 (0.00–323.363)
Cardiac troponin (positive)1.2770.006*3.585 (1.44–8.922)
CK-MB (IU/ml)0.0020.041*1.002 (1–1.003)
eGFR (ml/min/1.73 m2)− 0.034< 0.0001**0.967 (0.954–0.98)
Physiological predictors
SI2.782< 0.0001**16.151 (5.801–44.962)
MSI2.129< 0.0001**8.411 (3.935–17.976)
Killip score1.323< 0.0001**3.755 (2.753–5.121)
Age-SI.056< 0.0001**1.057 (1.038–1.077)
MAP− .057< 0.0001**0.945 (0.925–0.966)
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, NL-ratio neutrophil lymphocyte ratio, eGFR estimated glomerular filtration rate, SI shock index, MSI modified shock index, Age-Si age shock index, MAP mean arterial pressure
  2. *P < 0.05
  3. **P < 0.0001