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Table 3 Influence of patient characteristics and region on having a revision as surgical treatment following Periprosthetic Joint Infection (PJI)

From: Variation in Prosthetic Joint Infection and treatment strategies during 4.5 years of follow-up after primary joint arthroplasty using administrative data of 41397 patients across Australian, European and United States hospitals

Variable Odds Ratio [95% CI]
Age > =70 years 0.62 [0.43–0.87]
Comorbidities
 Obesity (yes/no) 0.63 [0.36–1.12]
 Fluid and electrolyte disorders (yes/no) 0.43 [0.22–0.86]
Region
 Australia versus US 0.46 [0.25–0.86]
 Europe versus US 0.77 [0.51–1.16]
  1. Significant differences are indicated in bold; Model fit: C statistic = 0,62 Nagelkerke R 2 = 0,053