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Table 2 Binary Logistic regression analysis of clinical outcomes for CAP patients

From: Efficacy of the quick sequential organ failure assessment for predicting clinical outcomes among community-acquired pneumonia patients presenting in the emergency department

  Variables β S.E Wald P OR (95% CI)
ICU-admission WBC 0.017 0.009 3.244 0.072 1.017 (0.999–1.035)
PCT −0.004 0.004 1.071 0.301 0.996 (0.987–1.004)
CRP 0.176 0.024 54.278 < 0.001 1.192 (1.138–1.249)
Lac 0.204 0.043 22.208 < 0.001 1.227 (1.127–1.335)
PaO2 −0.010 0.006 3.578 0.059 0.990 (0.979–1.000)
PaO2/FiO2 −0.001 0.002 0.476 0.490 0.999 (0.995–1.002)
qSOFA 0.343 0.215 2.547 0.110 1.409 (0.925–2.146)
SOFA 0.115 0.027 17.518 < 0.001 1.122 (1.063–1.184)
CURB-65 0.394 0.114 11.956 < 0.001 1.483 (1.186–1.854)
Constant −10.900 1.163 87.884 < 0.001  
ARDS WBC −0.010 0.012 0.699 0.403 0.990 (0.967–1.014)
PCT 0.002 0.004 0.169 0.681 1.002 (0.994–1.010)
CRP 0.031 0.022 1.986 0.159 1.031 (0.988–1.077)
Lac 0.029 0.041 0.511 0.475 1.030 (0.950–1.116)
PaO2 −0.006 0.006 1.108 0.292 0.994 (0.983–1.005)
PaO2/FiO2 −0.010 0.002 26.917 < 0.001 0.990 (0.987–0.994)
qSOFA 0.473 0.223 4.519 0.034 1.605 (1.038–2.484)
SOFA 0.090 0.029 9.661 0.002 1.094 (1.034–1.159)
CURB-65 0.483 0.118 16.712 < 0.001 1.621 (1.286–2.043)
Constant −2.787 1.012 7.591 0.006  
28-day mortality WBC 0.005 0.008 0.487 0.485 1.005 (0.990–1.020)
PCT 0.004 0.004 1.252 0.263 1.004 (0.997–1.012)
CRP 0.013 0.016 0.712 0.399 1.013 (0.983–1.045)
Lac 0.129 0.035 13.619 < 0.001 1.138 (1.062–1.219)
PaO2 −0.000 0.004 0.000 0.993 1.000 (0.992–1.008)
PaO2/FiO2 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.969 1.000 (0.998–1.003)
qSOFA 0.096 0.158 0.367 0.544 1.100 (0.808–1.499)
SOFA 0.034 0.020 2.833 0.092 1.034 (0.994–1.075)
CURB-65 0.196 0.081 5.901 0.015 1.216 (1.039–1.424)
Constant −2.251 0.706 10.171 0.001  
  1. WBC white blood cell, PCT procalcitonin, CRP C-reactive protein, Lac lactate, qSOFA quick sequential organ failure assessment, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment, CURB-65 confusion, urea, respiratory rate, blood pressure and age