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Table 2 Univariable and Multivariable Logistic Regression analysis of factors with stroke severity (NIHSS)

From: Serum vitamin D levels in acute stroke patients

VariablesUnivariateMultivariate
OR95% CIsp valueOR95% CIsp value
Age1.0571.017–1.0980.005*1.0721.016–1.1300.01*
Hypertension3.7951.441–9.9940.007*2.8890.822–10.1530.09
Diabetes mellitus2.8971.150–7.2960.02*1.4460.442–4.7270.54
Dyslipidemia3.5861.551–8.2890.003*3.5881.240–10.3820.01*
Smoking1.6200.711–3.6880.251   
Atrial fibrillation2.4061.059–5.4690.03*1.4890.500–4.4330.47
Ischemic heart disease1.5130.591–3.8730.38   
Peripheral vascular disease1.0650.408–2.7820.89   
Alcohol1.1610.222–6.0610.86   
Obesity1.9550.872–4.3840.10   
Vitamin D deficiency3.9211.399–10.9930.009*4.7901.282–17.9030.02*
CRP2.7061.179–6.2130.01*1.7110.581–5.0330.32
GCS0.8750.755–1.0150.08   
Intracerebral hemorrhage3.1231.292–7.5480.01*3.2170.876–11.8120.08
Infarction size:
 Small (reference)1     
 Medium1.7060.644–4.5150.281.7160.466–6.3240.41
 Large4.2531.522–11.8840.006*7.4621.795–31.0300.006*
  1. CRP C-reactive protein, GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, NIHSS National Institute of Health Stroke Scale, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  2. *Significant at p value ≤ 0.05