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Table 3 Cox regression analysis showing hazard ratio for short-term mortality after hip fracture

From: High short-term and long-term excess mortality in geriatric patients after hip fracture: a prospective cohort study in Taiwan

Variable Survivals (%) Deaths (%) Unadjusted HR (CI) p value Adjusted HR*(CI) p value PARP (CI)
Hip fracture
No 207 (96.3) 8 (3.7) 1.0   1.0   
Yes 190 (87.6) 27 (12.4) 3.4 (1.6-7.7) 0.002 2.4 (1.1-5.4) 0.037 44.7% (3.3-74.1)
Comorbidity
No 203 (94.9) 11 (5.1) 1.0   1.0   
Yes 194 (89.0) 24 (11.0) 2.2 (1.1-4.5) < 0.001 2.3 (1.1-4.7) 0.028 38.1% (4.5-65.0)
MMSE
> 19 258 (95.6) 12 (4.4) 1.0   1.0   
≤ 19 139 (85.8) 23 (14.2) 3.3 (1.7-6.8) < 0.001 2.3 (1.1-4.8) 0.022 34.3% (5.6-64.0)
  1. HR: Hazard ratio; CI: 95% confidence intervals; PARP: population attributable risk proportion; MMSE: Mini Mental State Examination.
  2. *Multivariate adjustment for the significant risk factors in univariate analysis; only significant variables in this model were listed. Lower body mass index and lower T-score were only significant in univariate analyses.