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Table 2 Survival analysis of variables predicting prognostic factors for overall survival in elderly patients with gastric cancer after gastrectomy

From: Mortality calculator as a possible prognostic predictor of overall survival after gastrectomy in elderly patients with gastric cancer

  Univariate Multivariate
Variable HR 95%CI p value HR 95%CI p value
Sex (male) 1.613 0.768–3.391 0.207    
ECOG PS ( 2) 4.727 2.356–9.485 < 0.001 2.564 0.163–0.932 0.034
Glasgow prognostic score ( 1) 1.599 0.786–3.255 0.195    
Prognostic nutritional index 0.938 0.888–0.991 0.023 0.980 0.919–1.045 0.541
NRC-mortality 1.336 1.195–1.494 < 0.001 1.213 1.053–1.396 0.007
pStage ( II) 1.976 0.994–3.926 0.052    
Surgical procedure (total gastrectomy) 2.509 1.259–4.997 0.009 2.285 1.115–4.682 0.024
Lymphadenectomy (< D2) 1.414 0.657–3.043 0.376    
Operative time 1 0.996–1.003 0.734    
Blood loss 1 0.999–1.001 0.997    
Postoperative complicationsa (yes) 2.034 1.010–4.093 0.047 1.396 0.653–2.983 0.390
Adjuvant chemotherapy (yes) 0.476 0.641–6.890 0.220    
  1. ECOG PS Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status, NRC-mortality The operative mortality calculated by the National Clinical Database Risk Calculator, HR hazard ratio
  2. a Clavien-Dindo grade 2 or more