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Table 4 Univariable and multivariable analyses for diastolic functional indices

From: Different contribution of extent of myocardial injury to left ventricular systolic and diastolic function in early reperfused acute myocardial infarction

  e′ E/e′ ED-GLSr ED-GCSr
  Uni- Multi- Uni- Multi- Uni- Multi- Uni- Multi-
  R (p-value) β (p-value) R β R β R β
Age -0.64 (<0.001) -0.15 (<0.001) 0.52 (0.001) 0.18(0.02) -0.37 (0.02) -0.01 (0.048) -0.42 (0.01) -0.01 (0.03)
Male 0.22(0.18)   -0.21 (0.20)   0.17 (0.32)   0.19 (0.25)  
Diabetes 0.32 (0.047)   -0.11 (0.51)   0.22 (0.18)   0.06 (0.73)  
Hypertension -0.36 (0.03)   -0.36 (0.03) 3.05(0.03) -0.37 (0.02)   -0.04 (0.80)  
Extent of scar -0.27 (0.11)   0.16 (0.35)   -0.14 (0.40)   -0.23 (0.17)  
LVEF 0.27 (0.10)   0.06 (0.70)   0.34 (0.04)   0.36 (0.03)  
LV mass index -0.38 (0.02) -0.06 (0.02) 0.26 (0.12)   -0.31 (0.06)   -0.04 (0.82)  
M/V ratio -0.20 (0.23)   0.16 (0.33)   -0.16 (0.35)   -0.04 (0.83)  
LVEDWS -0.47 (0.003)   0.83(<0.001)†   -0.32 (0.049)   -0.33 (0.046)  
Twist 0.39 (0.02) -0.10 (0.03) -0.35 (0.03)   0.43 (0.01)   0.70(<0.001) *  
Non-infarcted myocardial CS -0.52 (0.001) -0.15 (<0.001) 0.30 (0.07)   -0.47 (0.004) -0.013 (0.01) -0.73(<0.001) -0.04(<0.01)
  1. EF = ejection fraction; M/V = LV mass to LV end-diastolic volume ratio; CS = circumferential strain; † Excluded in multivariable analysis for E/e’ and * for ED-GCSr due to significant co-linearity, See abbreviations in the Tables 2 and3.