Emergency Medicine International / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Risk Values of Weight and Body Mass Index for Chest Wall Thickness in Patients Requiring Needle Thoracostomy Decompression

Table 4

Bootstrapping coefficients of five proposed models.

WomenMen
2nd ICS3rd ICS4th ICS5th ICS2nd ICS3rd ICS4th ICS5th ICS

Model 10.4080.4920.4630.3910.5040.6540.6170.593
Intercept13.58110.4478.6877.1828.1015.8374.9214.029
Age
Weight0.1000.0790.0630.0520.0830.0570.0440.039
Height
Model 20.4050.4920.4680.3990.4940.6470.6130.587
Intercept0.6480.0890.7290.7020.9920.033
Age
BMI0.2420.1930.1540.1270.2450.1680.1290.113
Model 30.3380.4040.3890.3250.4860.6140.5620.535
Intercept0.6980.1550.7750.7441.1430.2290.085
Age0.003
Weight0.0850.0670.0540.0440.0740.0490.0370.033
Model 40.3460.4330.3930.3680.3850.5690.5830.583
Intercept0.057
BMI0.2340.1860.1480.1240.2670.1780.1330.115
Model 50.3180.3870.3610.3210.4380.5910.5600.533
Intercept0.387
Weight0.0870.0680.0550.0450.0830.0530.0380.032

Model 1 consisted of three variables, namely, age, height, and weight. Model 2 consisted of two variables, namely, age and BMI. Model 3 consisted of two variables, namely, age and weight. Model 4 consisted of the variable BMI. Model 5 consisted of the variable weight.