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Table 4 Association between patients’ characteristics and the ratio of general ward/ICU length of stay based on multivariable linear regression analysis

From: The salutary effect of peritoneal dialysis catheters on enhanced recovery among high-risk pediatric patients undergoing the left coronary transfer procedure: a cohort study

Variables Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
B (95% CI) P B (95% CI) P
LVEF > 50% (yes/no) 2.57 (1.38, 3.76) < 0.001 1.82 (0.52, 3.12) 0.007
Age > 12 mo (yes/no) 0.02 (0.01, 0.04) 0.006 1.61 (0.31, 2.91) 0.016
Weight (per 1 kg increment) * 0.07 (0.01, 0.12) 0.019   
Moderate/severe MR (yes/no) −0.09 (−1.40, 1.23) 0.894   
CPB (per 1 min increment) * − 0.01 (− 0.02, 0.00) 0.193   
Hemoglobin (per 1 mg/dL increment) * 0.06 (0.02, 0.10) 0.009   
Serum creatinine (per 1 mg/dL increment) * 4.00 (−1.63, 9.62) 0.161   
Albumin (per 1 g/dL increment) * −0.02 (−0.23, 0.20) 0.872   
PDC (yes/no) −2.88 (−4.46, −1.31) < 0.001   
Severe AKI (yes/no) −1.21 (− 2.72, 0.29) 0.113   
FO postoperative day 1 (per 1% increment) * −0.08 (−0.18, 0.02) 0.131   
  1. *Those confounding variables were entered into the regression analyses in the form of continuous data. ICU intensive care unit; CI confidence interval; LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction; MR moderate regurgitation; PDC peritoneal dialysis catheter; AKI acute kidney injury; FO fluid overload