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Research Article

A New Scoring System to Predict Poor Clinical Outcomes in Acute Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients with High-Risk Stigmata

Table 3

The risk of rebleeding for each quartile of laboratory data.

Q1Q2Q3Q4 for trend

HB (g/L)
 Range121~160103~12081~10242~80
 Model 1Ref.1.87 (0.53–7.53)2.34 (0.69–9.3)6.16 (2.11–22.65)
values0.3440.1890.0020.001
 Model 2Ref.1.42 (0.35–6.19)2.55 (0.71–10.51)5.6 (1.73–22.2)
values0.6230.1630.0070.002
BUN (mmol/L)
 Range2.85~6.56.6~1010.1~14.714.8~42.8
 Model 1Ref.1.43 (0.43–5.13)2.51 (0.84–8.52)4.24 (1.48–14.04)
values0.5640.1110.010.004
 Model 2Ref.1.08 (0.29–4.2)2.56 (0.77–9.54)2.08 (0.62–7.74)
values0.9110.1360.2460.115
Scr (μmol/L)
 Range37~6667~7677~9394~669
 Model 1Ref.1.7 (0.53–5.98)1.71 (0.51–6.15)5.45 (1.96–17.83)
values0.3790.390.0020.001
 Model 2Ref.1.83 (0.53–6.95)1.97 (0.54–7.76)5.94 (1.86–22.13)
values0.3510.310.0040.004

HB: hemoglobin; BUN: blood urea nitrogen; Scr: serum creatinine; Model 1: crude, no adjustment; Model 2: adjusting for risk factors in final multivariate model; Ref: reference.