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Table 3 Univariable and multivariable logistic regression analysis for acute kidney injury and poor neurologic outcome at discharge

From: Serum neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin at 3 hours after return of spontaneous circulation in patients with cardiac arrest and therapeutic hypothermia: early predictor of acute kidney injury

 Variables Univariable Multivariable
OR (95% CI) p-value OR (95% CI) p-value
Acute kidney injury
 Non-shockable rhythm 4.714 (1.891–11.750) 0.001 2.963 (0.546–16.090) 0.208
 Witness cardiac arrest: No 8.506 (2.301–31.437) 0.001 8.274 (1.287–53.18) 0.026
 Epinephrine dose during CPR 1.922 (1.362–2.713) < 0.001 1.282 (0.830–1.979) 0.263
 NGAL at ROSC 1.009 (1.002–1.017) 0.014 0.988 (0.969–1.008) 0.230
 NGAL at 3 h after ROSC 1.019 (1.011–1.028) < 0.001 1.022 (1.009–1.035) 0.001
Poor neurologic outcome at discharge
 Non-shockable rhythm 8.821 (3.240–24.020) < 0.001 3.005 (0.627–14.396) 0.169
 Witness cardiac arrest: No 6.275 (1.700–23.161) 0.006 8.357 (1.211–57.654) 0.031
 Time to ROSC 1.057 (1.014–1.102) 0.008 1.021 (0.962–1.084) 0.495
 Epinephrine dose during CPR 3.833 (2.056–7.146) < 0.001 3.348 (1.465–7.652) 0.004
 NGAL at ROSC 1.011 (1.002–1.019) 0.014 1.017 (0.998–1.036) 0.084
 NGAL at 3 h after ROSC 1.004 (1.001–1.007) 0.022 0.997 (0.992–1.001) 0.113
  1. CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation, NGAL neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin, ROSC return of spontaneous circulation