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Table 4 Survival analyses: Univariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses

From: Clinical Frailty Scale (CFS) reliably stratifies octogenarians in German ICUs: a multicentre prospective cohort study

Parameter Univariate predictor Multivariable predictor model
  OR 95% CI p value AOR 95% CI p value
Age (per year increase) 1.069 [0.999;1.114] 0.053 1.040 [0.920; 1.177] 0.531
Male 0.669 [0.398; 1.124] 0.13    
APACHE II (per point increase) 1.101 [1.046; 1.158] <0.001 1.053 [0.982; 1.129] 0.149
SAPS II (per point increase) 1.024 [1.006; 1.043] 0.01 1.007 [0.973; 1.043] 0.672
SOFA Score (per point increase) 1.150 [1.075; 1.231] <0.001 1.072 [0.914; 1.259] 0.392
Type of admission
 Acute vs. elective 8.019 [3.507; 18.333] <0.001 5.744 [1.186; 27.811] 0.030
 Acute medical vs acute surgery 0.718 [0.221; 2.332] 0.581    
 Acute surgery vs. trauma 1.600 [0.402; 6.361] 0.504    
 Acute medical vs. trauma 1.148 [0.488; 2.702] 0.752    
Frailty
 Frailty (per point increase) 1.410 [1.187; 1.675] <0.001 1.437 [1.052; 1.964] 0.023
 Frail (CFS 5-9) 3.259 [1.861; 5.708] <0.001    
 Pre-frail (CFS 4) 0.407 [0.200; 0.829] 0.013    
 Fit (CFS 1-3) 0.426 [0.214; 0.850] 0.015