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The Impact of Frailty on Morbidity and Mortality following Open Emergent Colectomies

Table 9

Odds ratios of mortality predictors in patients ≥ 60 years with 95% confidence intervals.

VariableDeath

Age > 802.34 (2.22–2. 45)
Race (Black)0.78 (0.60–0.97)
Female1.01 (0.91–1.12)
On ventilator1.89 (1.73–2.04)
mFI = 11.18 (0.94–1.42)
mFI = 21.70 (1.47–1.93)
mFI = 31.98 (1.74–2.22)
mFI = 4+2.37 (2.13–2.62)
Prior operation0.98 (0.87–1.11)
Wound infection1.27 (1.10–1.44)
Disseminated cancer3.00 (2.81–3.20)
Renal failure1.27 (1.10–1.44)
Dyspnea1.41 (1.29–1.53)
Smoke1.24 (1.10–1.44)
Procedure with anastomosis0.99 (0.87–1.11)
Systemic sepsis1.71 (1.59–1.83)
ASA = 21.02 (0.37–2.86)
ASA = 31.02 (0.68–1.36)
ASA = 42.67 (0.94–4.40)

indicates significance at p < 0.05. On ventilator within 48 hours prior to surgery. Modified frailty index score (reference group mFI = 0). Prior operation within 30 days. American Society of Anesthesiologists Class (reference group ASA Grade 1). Results shown are logistic regression analysis, adjusting for predictor variables.

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