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Table 4 Relationship between body temperature and apnea, increases in oxygen requirement, and increases in respiratory support

From: Body temperature instability and respiratory morbidity in the very low birth weight infant: a multiple case, intensive longitudinal study

  a b SE B t bAdj R2
Body Temperature      0.043
 *Apnea 0.025 0.012 0.005 2.15  
 **Birthweight 0.000 0.000 0.021 8.26  
 **Sex 0.249 0.004 0.172 64.68  
 **GA -0.067 0.003 -0.059 -25.03  
 **Apgar 0.084 0.001 0.147 65.29  
 **Surfactant 0.082 0.005 0.050 17.92  
 **Infection -0.071 0.004 -0.046 -17.11  
Body Temperature      0.043
 *Increase in FiO2 -0.014 0.013 -0.002 -1.04  
 **Birthweight 0.001 0.000 0.017 6.99  
 **Sex 0.247 0.004 0.171 64.54  
 **GA -0.070 0.003 -0.062 -26.20  
 **Apgar 5 0.084 0.001 0.148 65.75  
 **Surfactant 0.088 0.005 0.054 19.10  
 **Infection -0.073 0.004 -0.048 -17.65  
Body Temperature      0.042
 **Increase in RS -0.077 0.020 -0.008 -3.81  
 **Birthweight 0.000 0.000 0.019 7.51  
 **Sex 0.246 0.004 0.170 63.95  
 **GA -0.068 0.003 -0.060 -25.35  
 **Apgar 0.082 0.001 0.145 63.97  
 **Surfactant 0.087 0.005 0.054 18.97  
 **Infection -0.074 0.004 -0.049 -17.80  
  1. GA gestational age, FiO2 supplemental oxygen, RS respiratory support
  2. ab = unstandardized trajectory slope
  3. bAdj R2 = R-squared for the model adjusted for number of explanatory variables
  4. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.0001