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Table 2 Multivariable Cox regression analysis of the hazard ratios for adjacent fracture

From: Can anti-osteoporotic therapy reduce adjacent fracture in magnetic resonance imaging-proven acute osteoporotic vertebral fractures?

Variables Regression coefficient SE Wald p value HR (95 % CI)
Age 0.048 0.021 5.471 0.019 1.049 (1.008–1.093)
Body mass index (kg/m2) −0.055 0.036 2.344 0.126 0.946 (0.882–1.016)
Sex −0.595 0.515 1.335 0.248 0.551 (0.201–1.513)
Smoking 1.359 0.611 4.943 0.026 3.891 (1.175–12.890)
Alcohol consumption −13.295 383.923 0.001 0.972 0.00 (0.000)
Rheumatoid arthritis 1.238 0.634 3.817 0.051 3.448 (0.996–11.938)
Diabetes mellitus 0.262 0.300 0.762 0.383 1.298 (0.722–2.337)
Hypertension −0.334 0.255 1.709 0.191 0.716 (0.434–1.181)
Diseases      
 Cardiovascular −12.071 442.926 0.001 0.978 0.000 (0.000)
 Pulmonary −0.159 0.552 0.082 0.774 0.853 (0.289–2.519)
 Liver −0.175 0.735 0.057 0.811 0.839 (0.199–3.547)
Glucocorticoid use −0.304 0.442 0.472 0.492 0.737 (0.310–1.756)
Anti-osteoporotic therapy 0.759 0.279 7.426 0.006 2.137 (1.238–3.690)
  1. Abbreviations: HR hazard ratio; SE standard error