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Table 5 Correlation between change in LVESD 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 − 0.017 − 0.113 to 0.079 0.722 − 0.007 − 0.092 to 0.078 0.872
Sex (Female) 1.339 − 1.779 to 4.457 0.397 − 0.255 − 2.964 to 2.455 0.853
T2DM − 0.585 − 2.755 to 1.585 0.595 − 0.988 − 2.859 to 0.884 0.298
HDL− C 4.661 0.946 to 8.376 0.014 2.633 − 0.643 to 5.909 0.114
WBC 0.442 0.017 to 0.868 0.042 0.390 0.036 to 0.743 0.031
SHR 5.497 1.303 to 9.690 0.011 5.079 1.421 to 8.738 0.007
Total ischemic time 0.007 0.001 to 0.015 0.051 0.007 0.001 to 0.013 0.024
Number of diseased vessels − 0.941 − 2.269 to 0.387 0.163 − 0.163 − 1.286 to 0.959 0.774
Baseline LVEF − 0.016 − 0.141 to 0.108 0.795    
Baseline LVESD − 0.570 − 0.726 to − 0.414  < 0.0001 − 0.566 − 0.713 to − 0.419  < 0.0001
  1. LVESD, left ventricular end-systolic diameter; Changer in LVESD, change in LVESD was defined as (LVESD at 6 months after infarction) minus (baseline LVESD);T2DM, type 2 diabetes mellitus; HDL, high density lipoprotein cholesterol; WBC, white blood cell; SHR, stress hyperglycemia ratio; LVEF, left ventricular ejection fraction; CI, confidence interval