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Table 4 Risk factors for MDR pathogens in patients who transferred from long-term care beds in institutions and hospitals

From: Clinical outcomes and prognostic factors in patients directly transferred to the intensive care unit from long-term care beds in institutions and hospitals: a retrospective clinical study

Variable Univariate Multivariate
MDR negative (n = 58) MDR positive (n = 53) P OR (95% CI) P
Male sex 30 (51.7) 41 (77.4) 0.005 2.65 (1.02–6.93) 0.046
Age, years 78 (70.8–82) 79 (71–84) 0.372 1.02 (0.97–1.07) 0.373
BMI, kg/m2 20.8 (19.4–25.3) 19.2 (17.5–22.7) 0.005 0.9 (0.80–1.02) 0.102
Permanent tracheostomy status 17 (29.3) 11 (20.8) 0.300   
Nasogastric tube insertion status 16 (27.6) 22 (41.5) 0.123   
Invasive ventilation 34 (58.6) 43 (81.1) 0.010 2.74 (1.02–7.32) 0.045
Bedridden status 25 (43.1) 25 (47.2) 0.667   
Brain problema 46 (79.3) 38 (71.7) 0.350   
Use of antibiotics within 3 months 16 (27.6) 33 (62.3) < 0.001 3.23 (1.32–7.90) 0.010
Diabetes mellitus 16 (27.6) 11 (20.8) 0.402   
Hypertension 25 (43.1) 19 (35.8) 0.435   
Chronic pulmonary disease 7 (12.1) 13 (24.5) 0.088   
Acute kidney injury 19 (32.8) 12 (22.6) 0.235   
Albumin < 2.15 g/dL 8 (13.8) 21 (39.6) 0.002 2.85 (0.98–8.24) 0.054
  1. Values are presented as numbers (percentages), and as median (interquartile rage), unless otherwise indicated; MDR, multiple-drug-resistant; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; BMI, body mass index; aneurodegenerative disorders and stroke