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Table 4 Correlation between fibrinogen levels and the probability of favorable outcomes

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 favorable outcome for patients with fibrinogen level < 2.5 g/L
AGE 0.965 (0.955–0.975) < .001
GCS 1.624 (1.539–1.714) < .001
SDH 0.601 (0.440–0.821) .001
EDH 1.615 (1.124–2.321) .010
IPH or brain contusion 0.448 (0.302–0.665) < .001
D-dimer 0.975 (0.964–0.986) < .001
FIB 1.654 (1.186–2.306) .003
Thorax injury 0.509 (0.277–0.934) .029
3-month favorable outcome for patients with fibrinogen level > 3.0 g/L
Predictors OR (95% CI) P valuea
GCS 1.555 (1.450–1.668) < .001
IPH or brain contusion 0.446 (0.246–0.808) .008
D-dimer 0.932 (0.899–0.966) < .001
FIB 0.771 (0.607–0.979) .033
  1. GCS Glasgow Coma Scale, FIB fibrinogen, EDH epidural hematoma, SDH subdural hematoma, IPH intraparenchymal hemorrhage
  2. aP values adjusted for multiple comparisons. Statistical significance determined by multiple logistic regression analysis