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Table 3 Risk factors for the death of 90th day in patients with acute Paraquat poisoning assessed by the cox proportional hazard model

From: Influence of strengthened hemoperfusion combined with continuous venovenous hemofiltration on prognosis of patients with acute paraquat poisoning: SHP + CVVH improve prognosis of acute PQ patients

Variate Univariate Multivariate
HR 95%CI P HR 95%CI P
Gender
 female Reference      
 male 1.016 (0.779, 1.325) 0.905    
Age 1.001 (0.991, 1.011) 0.835    
Poisoning way
 Oral Reference      
 Others 1.198 (0.806, 1.78) 0.372    
Grouping
 Control Reference    Reference   
 HP 0.276 (0.18, 0.423) < 0.001 0.355 (0.226, 0.557) < 0.001
 CCVH 0.412 (0.274, 0.619) < 0.001 0.66 (0.438, 0.993) 0.046
 SHP 0.205 (0.144, 0.293) < 0.001 0.359 (0.245, 0.526) < 0.001
 SHP + CVVH 0.124 (0.082, 0.189) < 0.001 0.167 (0.107, 0.261) < 0.001
Time from poisoning to treatment 1.004 (0.925, 1.088) 0.933    
Time from poisoning to gastriclavage 1.384 (1.154, 1.659) < 0.001 1.032 (0.846, 1.257) 0.758
Baseline BUN (mmol/L) 1.063 (1.049, 1.076) < 0.001 1.066 (1.036, 1.097) < 0.001
Baseline CREA (μmol/L) 1.001 (1.001, 1.001) < 0.001 1 (0.999, 1) 0.218
Baseline AST (IU/L) 1.038 (1.033, 1.042) < 0.001 1.014 (1.007, 1.021) < 0.001
Baseline ALT (IU/L) 1.045 (1.04, 1.049) < 0.001 1.019 (1.011, 1.027) < 0.001
Arterial blood gas analysis
 Baseline PH (mmHg) 0.302 (0.053, 1.731) 0.179    
 Baseline PO2 (mmHg) 0.894 (0.881, 0.908) < 0.001 0.943 (0.926, 0.96) < 0.001
 Baseline PCO2 (mmHg) 1.007 (0.986, 1.029) 0.499