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Table 4 Factors associated with one-year all-cause mortality

From: Prognostic implications of tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion/pulmonary arterial systolic pressure ratio in septic shock patients

 Hazard Ratio95%CIp Value
Univariable analysis
 Age1.0301.008–1.0530.009
 APACHEII1.0871.050–1.125< 0.001
 SOFA1.2021.089–1.327< 0.001
 NE dose1.8971.348–2.6710.001
 Pplat1.1011.018–1.1920.017
 CVP1.0830.992–1.1820.074
 TAPSE0.2690.144–0.502< 0.001
 PASP1.0471.018–1.0770.001
 TAPSE/PASP0.0060.001–0.044< 0.001
 RVOT-FS0.9800.956–1.0040.096
 MAPSE0.3500.141–0.8700.024
 LVEF0.9870.965–1.0090.239
 e’0.8820.792–0.9820.022
Multivariable analysis 1
 LVEF1.0190.985–1.0550.272
 APACHEII1.0641.008–1.1230.025
 PASP1.0461.012–1.0810.008
 TAPSE0.2480.083–0.7410.013
Multivariable analysis 2
 LVEF1.0180.986–1.0510.271
 APACHEII1.0581.006–1.1130.029
 SOFA1.1681.027–1.3270.018
 TAPSE/PASP0.0070.000–0.1620.002
  1. APACHE acute physiology and chronic health evaluation, SOFA sequential organ failure assessment, NE norepinephrine, Pplat plateau pressure, CVP central venous pressure, TAPSE tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion, PASP pulmonary arterial systolic pressure, RVOT-FS right ventricular outflow tract fractional shortening, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction, MAPSE mitral annular plane systolic excursion; e’: mitral e’ velocity