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Table 4 Odds ratios for the risk of postoperative stress urinary incontinence using univariable and multivariable logistic regression

From: Predictors of persistent stress urinary incontinence after transvaginal mesh repair

Factor Patients with preoperative SUI
Univariable logistic regression Multivariable logistic regression
p-value OR (95% CI) p-value OR (95% CI)
Age (>  68 years old) 0.716 1.073 (0.734–1.570)   
Parity (>  3 times) 0.082 1.436 (0.956–2.159) 0.060 1.492 (0.983–2.264)
BMI (>  24 kg/m2) 0.778 1.056 (0.722–1.545)   
Diabetes mellitus 0.320 1.426 (0.709–2.867)   
Cerebrovascular disease 0.924 0.958 (0.395–2.322)   
Hysterectomy history 0.065 1.704 (0.967–3.002) 0.046 1.802 (1.010–3.217)
POP stage (> Stage 3) 0.276 1.436 (0.749–2.754)   
cQmax (> 1.5) 0.003 2.050 (1.274–3.299) 0.002 2.147 (1.325–3.480)
UUI preoperatively 0.028 1.543 (1.047–2.272) 0.036 1.525 (1.027–2.269)
  1. BMI Body mass index, POP Pelvic organ prolapse, cQmax Corrected maximum flow rate, UUI Urge urinary incontinence