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Table 3 Correlation between change in LVEF and other variables using univariable and multivariable linear analysis

From: The stress hyperglycaemia ratio is associated with left ventricular remodelling after first acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction

  Univariable linear analysis Multivariable linear analysis
  Beta 95%CI P value Beta 95%CI P value
Age − 0.052 − 0.196 to 0.092 0.473 0.063 − 0.060 to 0.186 0.310
Sex (Female) − 6.627 − 11.182 to − 2.072 0.005 − 6.881 − 10.855 to − 2.907 0.001
T2DM 0.303 − 2.964 to 3.570 0.855 1.298 − 1.412to 4.008 0.345
BMI 0.658 0.054 to 1.262 0.033 0.449 − 0.047 to 0.944 0.076
SHR − 8.753 − 15.040 to − 2.466 0.007 − 9.825 − 15.168 to − 4.481  < 0.0001
Total ischemic time − 0.010 − 0.021 to 0.001 0.082 − 0.009 − 0.018 to < 0.0001 0.050
Number of diseased vessels − 0.181 − 2.194 to 1.831 0.859 0.118 − 1.534 to 1.770 0.888
Baseline LVEF − 0.518 − 0.681 to − 0.355  < 0.0001 − 0.568 − 0.714 to − 0.421  < 0.0001
Baseline LVEDD − 0.043 − 0.379 to 0.294 0.802    
Baseline LVESD 0.231 − 0.046 to 0.508 0.102    
  1. LVEF, left ventricular ejection fraction; Change in LVEF, change in LVEF was defined as (LVEF at 6 months after infarction) minus (baseline LVEF); T2DM, type 2 diabetes mellitus; BMI, body mass index; SHR, stress hyperglycemia ratio; LVEDD, left ventricular end-diastolic diameter; LVESD, left ventricular end-systolic diameter; CI, confidence interval