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Table 4 Multivariable logistic regression analysis for predictors of early complications related to stoma and ureteroileal anastomosis in bladder cancer patients after ileal conduit surgery

From: An improved ileal conduit surgery for bladder cancer with fewer complications

Variable Stoma-related complications Ureteroileal anastomosis-related complications
OR (95% CI) P value OR (95% CI) P value
Ileal conduit surgery (modified vs. conventional) 0.211 (0.027–0.689) 0.020 0.314 (0.077–0.831) 0.012
Age (> 62 vs. ≤ 62) 0.036 (0.001–2.866) 0.136 0.138 (0.008–3.499) 0.281
Gender (female vs. male) 5.949 (0.159–19.235) 0.334 2.003 (0.412–9.753) 0.390
Smoking (yes vs. no) 0.740 (0.185–7.682) 0.272 0.459 (0.114–1.847) 0.273
CCI (> 2 vs. ≤ 2) 2.643 (0.330–11.160) 0.173 3.541 (0.977–12.831) 0.054
ASA (> 2 vs. ≤ 2) 1.445 (0.152–8.473) 0.275 1.413 (0.292–6.852) 0.248
Prior pelvic irradiation (yes vs. no) 1.013 (0.183–6.592) 0.562 1.256 (0.089–7.697) 0.465
Preoperative hydronephrosis (yes vs. no) 1.211 (0.228–6.592) 0.352 2.069 (0.603–7.098) 0.248
Pathologic T stage
 T2 vs. T1 1.893 (0.564–8.259) 0.652 2.609 (0.376–10.119 0.332
 T3 vs. T2 2.351 (0.268–9.543) 0.342 1.769 (0.669–8.629) 0.231
 T4 vs. T3 1.367 (0.327–6.562) 0.103 1.749 (0.594–7.540) 0.308
Pathologic N stage (N + vs. N0) 1.534 (0.351–10.265) 0.065 1960 (0.219–13.560) 0.125
Adjuvant chemotherapy (yes vs. no) 1.125 (0.056–12.546) 0.218 1.683 (0.852–7.007) 0.172
BMI (> 21.8 vs. ≤ 21.8) 1.879 (0.253–6.753) 0.097 1.411 (0.406–4.906) 0.189
Year of surgery (> 2009 vs. ≤ 2009) 0.783 (0.073–2.126) 0.348 0.401 (0.097–1.652) 0.206
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, CCI Charlson comorbidity index, ASA American Society of Anesthesiology, BMI body mass index