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Table 2 Comparison of categorical variables of patients between two groups (Univariate Logistic regression analysis)

From: Association between bone turnover markers, BMD and height loss of cemented vertebrae after percutaneous vertebroplasty in patients with osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures

Clinical parameters Cemented vertebra recompression
B value SE value Wald value OR (95%CI) P value
Sex
female 0.279 0.584 0.229 1.322 (0.421–4.152) 0.632
male     1  
BMI
overweight 0.280 0.447 0.393 1.321 (0.551–3.178) 0.531
normal weight     1  
Age
super-advanced age(> 80 years) 0.433 0.440 0.967 1.542 (0.651–3.653) 0.325
advanced age(60–80 years)     1  
Contact between bone cement and the endplates
YES − 1.329 0.483 7.578 0.265 (0.103–0.682) 0.006*
NO     1  
Bone cement leakage
YES 0.096 0.489 0.038 1.101 (0.422–2.871) 0.845
NO     1  
Fractured vertebra segment
Thoracic region − 0.431 0.554 0.604 0.650 (0.220–1.925) 0.437
Lumbar region 0.360 0.579 0.386 1.433 (0.461–4.456) 0.535
Thoracolumbar region     1  
The use of antihypertensive drugs
Yes 0.172 0.439 0.154 1.188 (0.503–2.807) 0.695
No     1  
The use of hypoglycemic drugs
Yes − 0.255 0.546 0.219 0.775 (0.266–2.258) 0.640
No     1  
The use of antiplatelet drugs
Yes − 0.152 0.521 0.086 0.859 (0.309–2.383) 0.770
No     1  
The use of antiarrhythmic drugs
Yes − 0.817 0.823 0.986 0.442 (0.088–2.216) 0.321
No     1  
  1. * and bold indicate statistically significant findings