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Table 3 Risk factors of anastomotic leakage based on univariate logistic regression analysis

From: Postoperative short-term use of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug flurbiprofen did not increase the anastomotic leakage rate in patients undergoing elective gastrointestinal surgery—a retrospective cohort study

  Odds ratio (95% CI) P value
NSAIDs use (F vs No) 1.11 [0.64–1.93] 0.7012
Intraoperative Transfusion (yes vs no) 2.62 [1.27–5.41] 0.0091
Sex (male vs female) 3.40 [1.54–7.52] 0.0025
Age (≥65 vs <65) 0.98 [0.57–1.70] 0.9438
ASA score (≥3 vs <3) 3.04 [1.69–5.46] 0.0002
Procedure type (colorectal vs gastric) 0.87 [0.51–1.48] 0.6000
Procedure (open vs laparoscopic) 0.79 [0.47–1.33] 0.3713
Tumor stage (4 vs 3 vs 2 vs 1 ) 1.39 [0.99–1.94] 0.0561
  1. NSAIDs non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists