Skip to main content

Table 3 Univariable and multivariable logistic regression analysis of factors with stroke outcome (mRS)

From: Serum vitamin D levels in acute stroke patients

VariablesUnivariateMultivariate
OR95% CIsp valueOR95% CIsp value
Age1.0260.994–1.0590.11   
Hypertension2.9741.278–6.9210.01*2.3850.843–6.7490.10
Diabetes mellitus2.8571.228–6.6500.01*1.5210.550–4.2070.41
Dyslipidemia2.2941.073–4.9060.03*1.3250.513–3.4220.56
Smoking1.9820.916–4.2880.08   
Atrial fibrillation1.5220.699–3.3150.29   
Ischemic heart disease0.8490.328–2.1980.73   
Peripheral vascular disease0.4550.160–1.2910.14   
Alcohol2.8240.669–11.9180.16   
Obesity1.0040.471–2.1400.991   
Vitamin D deficiency3.4801.400–8.6470.007*2.8991.003–8.3840.04*
CRP2.3001.072–4.9360.03*1.4070.550–3.6020.47
GCS0.8430.732–0.9710.02*0.8830.744–1.0490.15
NIHSS1.1511.074–1.2330.000*1.0941.014–1.1820.02*
Intracerebral hemorrhage2.5391.086–5.9360.03*2.8210.867–9.1730.08
Infarction size
 Small (reference)1     
 Medium1.7740.732–4.3030.201.9090.644–5.6560.24
 Large3.6261.361–9.6600.01*3.7741.049–13.5810.04*
  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