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Table 3 Correlation between fibrinogen levels and mortality

From: Impact of fibrinogen level on the prognosis of patients with traumatic brain injury: a single-center analysis of 2570 patients

Predictors OR (95% CI) P valuea
3-month mortality for patients with fibrinogen level < 2.0 g/L
Age 1.035 (1.019–1.051) < .001
GCS 0.811 (0.739–0.891) < .001
Pupillary reactions 2.240 (1.467–3.421) < .001
EDH 0.280 (0.149–0.526) < .001
INR 4.316 (1.556–11.975) .005
FIB 0.522 (0.273–0.995) .048
3-month mortality for patients with fibrinogen level < 2.0 g/L vs. ≥ 2.0 g/L groups
AGE 1.035 (1.024–1.047) < .001
GCS 0.760 (0.716–0.807) < .001
Pupillary reactions 1.874 (1.404–2.500) < .001
EDH 0.399 (0.253–0.630) < .001
PT 1.215 (1.125–1.312) < .001
FIBGb 0.622 (0.439–0.882) .008
  1. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, INR international normalized ratio, PT prothrombin, FIB fibrinogen, EDH epidural hematoma, SDH subdural hematoma
  2. aP values adjusted for multiple comparisons. Statistical significance determined by multiple logistic regression analysis
  3. bFIBG means patients with fibrinogen level < 2.0 g/L or ≥ 2.0 g/L groups