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Table 2 Prediction of septic shock on the enrollment day by logistic regression analysis

From: Presepsin as a predictor of septic shock in patients with urinary tract infection

Variable Univariate analysis Multivariable analysis
P value HR 95% CI P value HR 95% CI
Sex (male vs female) 0.595      
WBC (4000–12,000 vs other) 0.497      
CRP (≥ 0.5 vs < 0.5) 0.360      
CRP (≥ 10 vs < 10) 0.848      
Presepsin (≥ 500 vs < 500) 0.007 20.000 2.305–173.553 0.029 12.157 1.298–113.892
PCT (≥ 0.05 vs < 0.05) 0.630      
PCT (≥ 2 vs < 2) 0.025 5.075 1.223–21.065 0.673   
AST (≥ 34 vs < 34) 0.006 8.000 1.829–34.996 0.375   
ALT (≥ 28 vs < 28) 0.105      
γGPT (≥ 47 vs < 47) 0.005 8.889 1.941–40.711 0.081   
Cr (male; ≥ 1.07 vs < 1.07, female; ≥ 0.79 vs < 0.79) 0.095      
placement of urinary catheter (Y vs N) 0.624      
urological cancer (Y vs N) 0.118      
urinary calculi (Y vs N) 0.284      
DM (Y vs N) 0.371      
internal use of steroid (Y vs N) 0.371      
  1. WBC white blood cell, CRP C-reactive protein, PCT procalcitonin, AST aspartate transaminase, ALT Alanine transaminase, γGTP γ-glutamyl transpeptidase, Cr creatinine, DM diabetes mellitus, Y yes, N no