Journal of Ophthalmology / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Long-Term Clinical Course of Normal-Tension Glaucoma: 20 Years of Experience

Table 2

Logistic regression analysis of the association between the clinical parameter and glaucomatous visual field progression.

VariablesUnivariate model
RR (95% CI)
valueMultivariate model
RR (95% CI)
value

Female sex1.97 (0.52–4.39)0.8592.04 (0.50–5.32)0.442
Age1.27 (0.78–2.12)0.6821.12 (0.75–3.02)0.248
CCT0.34 (0.12–1.92)0.8970.42 (0.22–2.93)0.617
Baseline IOP0.87 (0.71–1.82)0.5370.57 (0.41–1.52)0.313
Mean IOP0.77 (0.67–1.54)0.2650.92 (0.57–1.44)0.331
IOP reduction rate1.12 (0.95–2.92)0.0451.45 (0.83–2.43)0.048
Disc hemorrhage7.12 (4.57–13.29)0.0048.11 (3.53–16.33)0.051
Baseline MD1.02 (0.88–2.36)0.5181.56 (0.83–2.39)0.501
Sys. nocturnal hypotension0.69 (0.52–1.54)0.2480.73 (0.42–1.64)0.243
Dia. nocturnal hypotension1.25 (1.01–3.92)0.2541.15 (0.95–4.12)0.319
OPP1.94 (0.97–3.12)0.0272.02 (0.84–3.92)0.004
wSD1.01 (0.71–1.78)0.3621.32 (0.61–2.15)0.321

Expressed as the mean ± SD; bolded values indicate statistical significance; RR: relative risk; CI: confidence interval; CCT: central corneal thickness; IOP: intraocular pressure; MD: mean deviation; Sys.: systolic; Dia.: diastolic; OPP: ocular perfusion pressure; wSD: weighted standard deviation.