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Table 3 Significant correlations between laboratory variables, age and length of hospital stay in older patients with cervical and trochanteric hip fracture (HF) (Pearson correlation coefficients)

From: Clinical profiles and risk factors for outcomes in older patients with cervical and trochanteric hip fracture: similarities and differences

Parameters Cervical HF Trochanteric HF
  r P r P
Age - PTH 0.289 < 0.001 0.209 0.014
Age - eGFR -0.312 < 0.001 -0.238 0.009
Age - cTnI 0.262 0.002 0.222 0.012
Age - adiponectin 0.245 0.004 0.261 0.004
PTH - calcium -0.380 < 0.001 -0.180 0.036*
cTnI - eGFR -0.232 0.008 -0.332 < 0.001
PTH - eGFR -0.320 < 0.001 -0.386 < 0.001
Haemoglobin - eGFR 0.250 0.002 0.217 0.009
Haemoglobin - albumin 0.348 < 0.001 0.202 0.016
PTH - adiponectin 0.167 0.053* 0.268 0.004
PTH - leptin 0.235 0.005   
PTH - LOS 0.200 0.017   
LOS - phosphate 0.169 0.044*   
Albumin - eGFR 0.244 0.002   
PTH - phosphate    0.199 0.020*
PTH - cTnI    0.397 < 0.001
PTH - adiponectin    0.268 0.004
PTH - resistin    0.193 0.038*
Age - leptin    - 0.301 < 0.001
Age - resistin    0.238 0.009
Leptin - adiponectin    - 0.251 0.006
Leptin - haemoglobin    0.262 0.002
Leptin - CRP    0.226 0.008
Adiponectin - CRP    - 0.205 0.026*
Resistin - eGFR    - 0.301 < 0.001
Resistin - calcium    0.227 0.014
cTnI - haemoglobin    - 0.195 0.028*
  1. eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; cTnI, cardiac troponin I; CRP, C-reactive protein; LOS, length of stay. * Non-significant correlations when Bonferroni and Sidak adjustments for multiplicity adopted.