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Table 4 Prediction of SIRS on the 5th 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
Day1/WBC (4000–12,000 or other) 0.19      
Day1/CRP (≥ 10 or < 10) 0.280      
Day1/Presepsin (≥ 500 or < 500) 0.049 9.176 1.013–83.108 0.366   
Day1/PCT (≥ 2 or < 2) 0.012 17.455 1.886–161.528 0.012 17.455 1.886–161.528
Day1/AST (≥ 34 or < 34) 0.079      
Day1/ALT (≥ 28 or < 28) 0.283      
Day1/γGPT (≥ 47 or < 47) 0.177      
Day1/Cr (male; ≥ 1.07 or < 1.07, female; ≥ 0.79 or < 0.79) 0.998      
Day3/WBC
(4000–12,000 or other)
0.120      
Day3/CRP (≥ 10 or < 10) 0.998      
Day3/Presepsin (≥ 500 or < 500) 0.067      
Day3/PCT (≥ 2 or < 2) 0.998      
Sex (male or female) 0.596      
Urinary culture (P vs N) 0.999      
Blood culture (P vs N) 0.059      
Placement of urinary catheter
(Y vs N)
0.280      
Urological cancer (Y vs N) 0.346      
Urinary calculi (Y vs N) 0.040 5.833 1.084–31.377 0.182   
DM (Y vs N) 0.783      
Surgical procedure (Y vs N) 0.120      
Internal use of steroid (Y vs N) 0.439      
  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, P positive, N no, Y yes