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Table 2 Primary and secondary outcomes

From: Impeding factors of early rehabilitation postoperatively after rheumatoid toe arthroplasty: a single-center retrospective cohort study

Primary outcomes
Logistic regression analysis for infeasibility of walking rehabilitation on the first POD
 Variables Adjusted odds ratio 95% CI Pvalue
  Incidence of PONV before rehabilitation 2.43 1.44–4.14 0.003*
  Peripheral nerve block 0.41 0.20–0.79 0.010*
  Number of rescue analgesics administered before rehabilitation 1.29 1.04–1.59 0.018*
 Variables Non-adjusted odds ratio 95% CI Pvalue
  Incidence of PONV before rehabilitation 2.71 1.63–4.50 < 0.001
  Peripheral nerve block 0.31 0.16–0.60 < 0.001
  Number of rescue analgesics administered before rehabilitation 1.35 1.11–1.66 0.003
  Age (years) 0.99 0.96–1.01 0.20
  male 0.48 0.15–1.50 0.18
  Daily prednisolone medication 0.58 0.30–1.11 0.10
  Epidural anesthesia 1.39 0.75–2.59 0.30
  Intraoperative fentanyl dose (μg) 1.00 0.99–1.00 0.13
  Postoperative fentanyl use 1.70 1.05–2.73 0.03
Secondary outcomes    
 Variables Possible group Impossible group Pvalue
N 191 109  
  Time to first rescue analgesic requirement (min), median [IQR] 1320
[528–no use]
1046
[366–1897]
0.03
  Number of rescue analgesics administered during the first 3 PODs median [IQR] 1 [0–3] 3 [1–5] 0.004
  1. Secondary outcomes are presented as median [interquartile range]
  2. POD postoperative day, CI confidence interval, IQR interquartile range, PONV postoperative nausea and vomiting
  3. *Calculated with the Benjamini–Hochberg method