Journal of Ophthalmology / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Intraocular Pressure and Anterior Segment Morphometry Changes after Uneventful Phacoemulsification in Type 2 Diabetic and Nondiabetic Patients

Table 4

Uni- and multivariate regression analyses of the relative effects of the baseline variables on postoperative IOP change.

ParameterAbsolute IOP Δ (mmHg)
UnivariateMultivariate
B (95% CI)B (95% CI)

Age (y)−0.003 (−0.10 to +0.10)0.960−0.16 (−0.11 to +0.08)0.747
Gender (female)+0.84 (−0.39 to 2.07)0.177+0.89 (−0.34 to +2.12)0.155
DM−0.50 (−1.71 to +0.70)0.410−0.059 (−1.14 to +1.02)0.914
Axial length (mm)+0.06 (−0.75 to +0.87)0.888−0.12 (−1.07 to +0.82)0.795
Pre-op CCT (μm)−0.02 (−0.03 to +0.003)0.102−0.01 (−0.02 to +0.01)0.589
Pre-op IOP (mmHg)−0.53 (−0.70 to −0.36)<0.001−0.53 (−0.88 to −0.19)0.003
PD ratio−0.72 (−1.03 to −0.40)<0.001−0.02 (−1.51 to +1.46)0.976
PV ratio−17.72 (−28.29 to −7.14)0.001−8.02 (−42.09 to +26.04)0.640
PA ratio−6.41 (−9.87 to −2.95)<0.001+2.64 (−4.69 to +9.96)0.476

Data were derived from linear regression models. Continuous variables are reported as mean ± standard deviation. , statistical significance. CCT, central corneal thickness; DM, diabetes mellitus; IOP, intraocular pressure; PA, pressure to angle ratio; PD, pressure to depth ratio; PV, pressure to volume ratio; mm, millimeters; y, years. The remaining variables (DM duration, HbA1c levels, CDE, cataract grade, and IOL type) did not influence the model and were excluded.

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