Table 4.

Multiple Logistic Regression-derived Mutually Adjusted ORs and 95% CIs for Death by a Series of Potentially Predictor Variables

VariableCategory or IncrementOR95% CIP Value
Model 1: Basic model
 GenderMaleBaseline
Female1.290.66, 2.54.45 
 ReferralNoBaseline
Yes1.520.46, 4.96.49 
 NICUA0.980.41, 2.40.97 
BBaseline
C1.510.48, 4.78.48 
 GA3 Weeks0.570.43, 0.7610−4
 Residual BW/GAa100 G0.870.79, 0.9510−3
 SNAP values, first 12 hours5 Points2.181.71, 2.7910−4
Alternatively introduced variables instead of SNAP values, first 12 hours
 Model 2: SNAP values, second 12 hours5 Points3.062.18, 4.2910−4
 Model 3: SNAP values, first 24 hours5 Points2.131.70, 2.6710−4
Alternatively added to model 1
 Model 4: Apgar score (5 minutes)1 Unit0.710.57, 0.88.002
 Model 5: maternal citizenshipGreek or EU memberBaseline
Other2.270.91, 5.56.08 
Alternatively added to model 2
 Model 6: Apgar score (5 minutes)1 Unit0.670.54, 0.8210−4
 Model 7: maternal citizenshipGreek or EU memberBaseline
Other1.310.50, 3.45.58 
Alternatively added to model 3
 Model 8: Apgar score (5 minutes)1 Unit0.700.56, 0.8710−3
 Model 9: maternal citizenshipGreek or EU memberBaseline
Other1.850.73, 4.76.20 
  • a BW conditional on GA.