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Table 3 Multivariable linear regression models exploring the role of delirium status on PTSD symptoms (IES-R) after 6 and 12 months

From: Cognitive and psychosocial outcomes of mechanically ventilated intensive care patients with and without delirium

  IES-R 6 months IES-R 12 months
(n = 65) (Bootstrapping 1000 samples) (n = 60) (Bootstrapping 1000 samples)
Variable b (95%CI) P value b (95%CI) P value b (95%CI) P value b (95%CI) P value
Univariable model
 Delirium (yes vs. no) 0.096 (−0.472, 0.663) 0.737 0.096 (−0.460, 0.592) 0.738 0.691 (0.102, 1.28) 0.022 0.691 (0.136, 1.23) 0.027
Multivariable model
 Age (per 1 year) −0.007 (−0.028, 0.014) 0.516 −0.007 (−0.031, 0.015) 0.499 −0.018 (−0.042, 0.006) 0.144 −0.018 (−0.040, 0.003) 0.157
 Gender (male vs. female) −0.353 (−0.935,0.229) 0.229 −0.353 (−0.895,0.194) 0.206 −0.368 (−0.957,0.221) 0.215 −0.368 (−0.959, 0.243) 0.204
 Delirium (yes vs. no) 0.038 (−0.536, 0.611) 0.896 0.038 (−0.446, 0.483) 0.880 0.578 (−0.013, 1.17) 0.055 0.578 (0.036, 1.06) 0.047
  1. Dependent variables have been Ln-transformed due to lack of normality. Coefficients presented in the Table refer to the association between the independent variables and the Ln-transformed dependent variables
  2. Italic values are statistically significant