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Table 2 Association of the clinical characteristics with TASC II classification

From: Inverse association of diabetes and dialysis with the severity of femoropopliteal lesions and chronic total occlusion: a cross-sectional study of 2056 cases

  Unadjusted odds ratio Adjusted odds ratio
Male sex 1.04 [0.87–1.24] (p = 0.68) 1.01 [0.85–1.21] (p = 0.89)
Age (per 10 years) 0.99 [0.90–1.08] (p = 0.75) 0.96 [0.87–1.06] (p = 0.38)
Current smoking 1.25 [1.06–1.47] (p = 0.007) 1.20 [1.02–1.42] (p = 0.032)
Hypertension 0.90 [0.72–1.13] (p = 0.35) 0.92 [0.73–1.16] (p = 0.48)
Hyperlipidemia 0.95 [0.81–1.12] (p = 0.53) 0.92 [0.77–1.08] (p = 0.31)
Diabetes mellitus 0.81 [0.70–0.95] (p = 0.011) 0.82 [0.70–0.97] (p = 0.018)
Dialysis dependence 0.78 [0.64–0.94] (p = 0.010) 0.76 [0.62–0.94] (p = 0.009)
Severe claudication 1.29 [1.10–1.52] (p = 0.002) 1.31 [1.11–1.55] (p = 0.001)
  1. Data are presented as odds ratio [95% confidence interval] (p value) for TASC II classification. Adjusted odds ratios were derived from the multivariate model in which all the variables listed in the table were entered as the explanatory variables