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Table 4 Independent predictors of short-term outcomes in older patients with cervical and trochanteric hip fracture (HF)

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

Outcome Predictor Cervical HF Trochanteric HF
   OR 95% CI P OR 95% CI P
Postoperative myocardial injury (cTnI > 0.06 μg/L) CAD     5.9 1.5-22.3 0.010
  Dementia 3.3 1.3-7.9 0.010    
  Smoker 18.3 2.2-153.8 0.007    
  eGFR < 60 ml/min 3.3 1.4-8.0 0.008    
  PTH > 6.8 pmol/L     3.7 1.1-12.0 0.031
  Leptin < 11.35 ng/ml     4.8 1.1-20.0 0.039
Marked inflammatory response (CRP > 100 mg/L) Hb < 120 g/L     6.8 1.6-28.8 0.009
  Leptin < 11.35 ng/ml     0.5 0.32-0.94 0.034
LOS ≥ 20 days Age > 75 years     5.8 1.1-30.9 0.040
  CAD 4.5 1.5-13.3 0.006    
  PTH > 6.8 pmol/L     3.5 1.1-10.9 0.029
Long-term RCF need Age > 75 years 14.0 1.01-195.1 0.049 10.7 1.6-73.4 0.016
  Dementia 40.0 2.8-571.4 0.007 12.9 2.8-59.5 0.001
  25(OH)D < 50 nmol/L 10.3 1.8-57.9 0.008    
  PTH > 6.8 pmol/L     7.0 1.2-43.1 0.035
In-hospital death Sex (male) 6.9 1.04-45.6 0.045    
  PTH > 6.8 pmol/L 28.4 2.6-306.0 0.006 7.3 2.1-31.9 0.003
  Leptin < 11.35 ng/ml 14.3 1.4-99.9 0.025    
  1. Multivariate logistic regression analyses included all variables with P ≤ 0.15 on univariate analyses.
  2. CAD, coronary artery disease; cTnI, cardiac troponin I; CRP, C-reactive protein; eGFR, estimated glomerular filtration rate; RCF, residential care facility.