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Table 5 Multivariable Cox regression analysis for predictors of late complications related to stoma and ureteroileal anastomosis

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

Variable Stoma-related complications Ureteroileal anastomosis-related complications
HR (95% CI) P value HR (95% CI) P value
Age (> 62 vs. ≤ 62) 0.238 (0.023–2.220) 0.094 0.042 (0.001–1.894) 0.103
Gender (female vs. male) 1.674 (0.401–8.994) 0.139 1.266 (0.108–4.569) 0.292
Smoking (yes vs. no) 0.958 (0.084–10.930) 0.973 0.055 (0.002–1.435) 0.081
CCI (> 2 vs. ≤ 2) 1.950 (0.330–11.509) 0.461 1.149 (0.111–11.855) 0.207
ASA (> 2 vs. ≤ 2) 1.852 (0.165–10.225) 0.203 1.289 (0.041–13.672) 0.185
Prior pelvic irradiation (yes vs. no) 1.938 (0.629–9.369) 0.292 2.325 (0.537–8.572) 0.420
Preoperative hydronephrosis (yes vs. no) 1.980 (0.188–10.980) 0.287 3.759 (0.470–14.456) 0.119
Pathologic T stage
 T2 vs. T1 2.259 (1.094–8.459) 0.043 2.875 (1.012–5.297) 0.032
 T3 vs. T2 1.893 (0.154–8.349) 0.174 1.432 (0.023–11.242) 0.282
 T4 vs. T3 1.564 (0.155–11.025) 0.131 1.973 (0.142–9.126) 0.259
Pathologic N stage (N + vs. N0) 2.252 (0.245–12.372) 0.219 3.123 (0.263–10.282) 0.075
Adjuvant chemotherapy (yes vs. no) 2.036 (0.242–6.734) 0.178 1.552 (0.018–6.723) 0.571
BMI (> 21.8 vs. ≤ 21.8) 2.594 (0.121–7.783) 0.067 1.934 (0.119–6.524) 0.053
Year of surgery (> 2009 vs. ≤ 2009) 2.125 (0.314–8.875) 0.257 2.538 (0.423–7.243) 0.689
  1. HR Hazard ratio