Gastroenterology Research and Practice / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Do Self-Expanding Metal Stents as a Bridge to Surgery Benefit All Patients with Obstructive Left-Side Colorectal Cancers?

Table 4

Univariate and multivariate analyses of risk factors on prognosis in OLCCs.

OLCCs3-year DFS3-year OS
UnivariateMultivariateUnivariateMultivariate
CharacteristicHazard ratio (95% CI)Hazard ratio (95% CI)Hazard ratio (95% CI)Hazard ratio (95% CI)

Age (≥60 vs <60 years)1.90 (0.64, 5.68)0.2511.75 (0.62, 4.92)0.288
Sex (male vs female)1.13 (0.42, 3.01)0.8130.52 (0.19, 1.44)0.205
ASA ( vs )0.75 (0.20, 2.88)0.6731.34 (0.42, 4.22)0.622
Group (ES vs SEMS)1.34 (0.51, 3.51)0.5501.58 (0.66, 3.81)0.308
pT stage (pT4 vs pT1-3)3.12 (1.15, 8.48)0.0263.88 (1.54, 9.77)0.0043.64 (1.31, 10.11)0.0134.04 (1.66, 9.86)0.002
pN stage (pN+ vs pN0)1.60 (0.49, 5.24)0.4411.14 (0.38, 3.44)0.811
Metastasis (cM1 vs cM0)2.70 (0.86, 8.47)0.088
Comorbidity (with vs without)1.41 (0.50, 4.00)0.5220.95 (0.33, 2.71)0.918

All factors where the value of univariate analysis is lower than 0.10 were involved in multivariate analysis; vs: versus; pN+ includes pN1-2; ASA comprises graded IV and V; with comorbidities: defined as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and single- and multiple-organ dysfunction.