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Table 3 Factors associated with access-site complication

From: Access site complications following transfemoral coronary procedures: comparison between traditional compression and angioseal vascular closure devices for haemostasis

Variable Complication Uni-variate logistic regression Multi-variate logistic regression
  Yes No Odd ratio p Odd ratio p
  n n (95% CI)   (95% CI)  
Gender     1.00   
 Male 5 94 1    
 Female 0 31 0.00(0.00 ~ --)    
Age     *.04   **.009
70 years 2 89 1   1  
 >70 years 3 36 10.29(1.11 ~ 95.26)   10.44(1.81 ~ 60.06)  
BMI     .49   
24 3 82 1    
 <24 2 43 0.46(0.05 ~ 4.25)    
DM     *.02   
 No 2 96 1    
 Yes 3 29 1.39(0.48 ~ 5.05)    
Type of procedures 1.00   
 Interventional 5 82 1    
 Diagnostic 0 43 0.00(0.00 ~ --)    
Method of haemostasis 1.00
 Angio-seal 5 60 1    
 Traditional 0 65 0.00(0.00 ~ --)    
Dose of anticoagulant .13
 >5001 1 18 1    
5000 4 107 0.24(0.04 ~ 1.52)    
Comorbidity    2.73(1.06 ~ 7.02) *.04   
Time spend in catheterization 1.02(1.002 ~ 1.03) *.03   
No. of stent placement 3.05(1.06 ~ 8.73) *.04   
  1. BMI body mass index
  2. *p < .05; **p < .01