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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression analysis of the associations between patient characteristics and VTE

From: Does anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction increase venous thromboembolism risk compared with knee meniscectomy under arthroscopy?

Patient characteristics Total VTE Major VTE
P value OR [95% CI] P value OR [95% CI]
ACLR vs. Meniscectomy 0.056 3.20 [0.97–10.54] 0.163 5.26 [0.51–54.30]
Age 0.059 1.06 [1.00–1.13] 0.310 1.07 [0.94–1.20]
Sex (male) 0.542 1.44 [0.51–3.66] 0.635 1.61 [0.22–11.60]
BMI 0.054 1.15 [1.00–1.30] 0.404 1.12 [0.86–1.44]
Smoking 0.248 0.44 [0.07–2.02] 0.955 0.93 [0.06–13.51]
Concomitant surgery 0.832 0.77 [0.36–2.30] 0.713 0.72 [0.12–4.24]
Caprini score 0.718 0.54 [0.48–2.87] 0.773 1.29 [0.23–7.07]
Tourniquet time 0.288 1.00 [0.99–1.03] 0.348 1.02 [0.98–1.06]
  1. ACLR anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, VTE venous thromboembolism, OR odds ratio, BMI body mass index