Parkinson’s Disease / 2018 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

The Effect of Parkinson’s Disease on Patients Undergoing Lumbar Spine Surgery

Table 4

Adjusted complication odds ratio in PD patients undergoing lumbar surgery.

ComplicationsOdds ratioLow 95% CIHigh 95% CI value

Cerebrovascular accident0.490.073.580.484
Respiratory complication0.850.561.290.444
Cardiac complication1.010.721.430.940
Deep venous thrombosis1.760.983.170.061
Peripheral vascular disease1.380.454.310.575
Neurological complication2.030.994.160.052
Genitourinary complication1.471.161.870.001
Postoperative shock1.240.403.870.716
Wound complication0.880.126.470.904
Pulmonary embolism<0.001<0.001<0.001<0.0001
Postoperative infection1.480.902.430.123
Postoperative hemorrhage1.301.161.47<0.0001
Postoperative pneumonia0.390.052.850.354
Myocardial infarction1.160.423.150.778
Arrhythmia0.990.621.600.977
Death0.530.171.6670.277

PD: Parkinson’s disease. Regression modeling adjusting for gender, race, hospital (bed size, region, and location), and modified Elixhauser index—reference for PD patients without PD.