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Table 4 Univariate and multivariable-adjusted Cox regression hazard ratio and odds ratio of cardiovascular disease mortality and creatinine rise according to PLR quartiles

From: The association between platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio with mortality among patients suffering from acute decompensated heart failure

Variables

Models

PLR quartiles

P†

Quartile 1

(PLR ≤ 118)

Quartile 2

(119 < PLR < 198)

Quartile 3

(198 ≤ PLR < 268)

Quartile 4

(PLR ≥ 268)

CVD mortality

Univariate

1.00

0.54 (0.22–1.29)

0.87 (0.39–1.93)

2.10 (0.92–4.77)

0.169

0.741

0.075

 

Multivariate*

1.00

0.40 (0.16–1.01)

0.61 (0.23–1.56)

1.12 (0.34–3.72)

0.054

0.305

0.845

Creatinine rise

Univariate

1.00

0.69 (0.36–1.32)

1.36 (0.74–2.48)

1.08 (0.59–2)

0.273

0.310

0.790

 

Multivariate*

1.00

0.79 (0.39–1.63)

1.60 (0.76–3.34)

1.44 (0.60–3.44)

0.538

0.211

0.413

  1. CVD cardiovascular diseases, PLR platelet to lymphocyte ratio
  2. P†: P-value resulted from the comparison between quartile 1 and quartile 2
  3. Pƪ: P-value resulted from the comparison between quartile 1 and quartile 3
  4. P¶: P-value resulted from the comparison between quartile 1 and quartile 4
  5. *Adjusted for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hemoglobin, white blood cells, neutrophils, and sodium