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Table 2 Univariate and multivariate analyses of predictors for PHT on logistic regression analysis

From: Pulmonary hypertension among maintenance hemodialysis patients in Somalia: a hospital-based observational study

  OR 95% CI p* OR 95% CI p*
Age, years 1.011 0.992–1.029 0.258    
Gender, male 0.782 0.404–1.511 0.464    
BMI, kg/m2 1.071 0.948–1.211 0.272    
WBC, 10^3/uL 0.855 0.753–0.971 0.016 0.836 0.686–1.018 0.074
LVEF, % 0.918 0.885–0.953 < 0.001 0.945 0.901–0.992 0.022
LA diameter, mm 1.253 1.120–1.403 < 0.001 0.864 0.709–1.054 0.151
RA diameter, mm 1.475 1.277–1.704 < 0.001 1.384 1.122–1.707 0.002
IVS thickness, mm 1.336 1.080–1.652 0.008 1.136 0.889–1.450 0.308
LV diastolic dysfunction
Normal   1 (ref)    1 (ref)  
Grade 1 4.393 1.951–9.893 < 0.001 1.731 0.478–6.264 0.403
Grade 2 or 3 10.878 3.876–30.524 < 0.001 1.576 0.295–8.411 0.594
Pericardial effusion
None   1 (ref)    1 (ref)  
Mild 7.754 3.443–17.462 < 0.001 3.326 1.222–9.053 0.019
Moderate/severe 31.385 6.412–153.618 < 0.001 10.123 1.770–64.966 0.010
  1. BMI: body mass index; DD: diastolic dysfunction; IVS: interventricular septum; LA: left atrium end-diastolic internal diameter; LVEF: left ventricular ejection fraction; LV: Left Ventricular; PHT: pulmonary hypertension; RA: right atrium end-diastolic internal diameter; WBC: white blood cell count, − 2Log likelihood: 116,412, Model Chi-square: 80.414, Nagelkerke R2 = 0.577, *p value < 0.05 was considered significant, CI: confidence interval, OR: odds ratio