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《Chinese Journal of Clinical Healthcare》 2008-01
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Multiple-factor analysis of acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases for the short-term prognosis

LU Zhi-wei1,WANG Wei2,XU Ren-he3(1.Department of Respiratory Medicine,Yijishan Hospital,Wannan Medical College,Wuhu 241000,China;2.the Second Affiliated Hospital of Shandong University;3.Qilu Hospital of Shandong University)  
Objective To guide the treatment of acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases(AECOPD) through studing the principally related factors of AECOPD.Methods 190 AECOPD patients were investigated.First,we studied the thirty-two possible factors with single-factor analysis,then perform multiple-factor analysis with Logistic regression among the factors which P value was below 0.2 in single-factor analysis,and analyzed the principally related factors with two-factor correlation.Results According to Multiple-factor analysis with Logistic regression analysis,there were eight factors that showed significance,which were the usage of respiratory excitant,LBC,usage of antioxidant,heart failure,blood Cr,selection of antibiotics,blood WBC and Hb,respectively.Conclusion Many risk factors can influence the prognosis of patients with AECOPD,the inpendent risk factors are the blood WBC and LBC account.
【CateGory Index】: R563.9
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