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Table 3 Univariable and multivariable logistic regression analysis of predictive factors for adverse outcomes

From: Patient recalls associated with resident-to-attending radiology report discrepancies: predictive factors for risky discrepancies

Variables Univariable analysis Multivariable analysis
  OR (95% CI) p value OR (95% CI) p value
Age
 Age 1.00 (0.98–1.01) 0.71   
Gender
 Male 0.93 (0.49–1.75) 0.82   
 Female     
Error category
 Misdiagnosis 1.67 (0.85–3.26) 0.14   
 Perception 1.0    
Disease categories
 Neoplasm 2.70 (0.72–10.20) 0.91 2.70 (0.72–10.20) 0.91
 Digestive 6.14 (1.76–21.28) 0.006 6.14 (1.76–21.28) 0.006
 Neurologic 1.49 (0.29–7.52) 0.22 1.49 (0.29–7.52) 0.22
 Trauma 3.47 (0.81–14.93) 0.62 3.47 (0.81–14.93) 0.62
 Genitourinary 5.71 (1.22–27.03) 0.13 5.71 (1.22–27.03) 0.13
 Others 1.00    
Critical findings
 Critical 1.56 (0.64–3.79) 0.33   
 Minor 1.00    
Imaging modality
 CT 10.53 (0.63–166.67) 0.10   
 MRI 1.00    
Duty periods
 Off-duty period     
 On-duty period 2.08 (1.002–4.31) 0.05   
Time interval between preliminary and finalized reports
 Late finalized reports (> 9 h) 1.00 (0.53–1.91) 0.99   
 Early finalized reports (≤ 9 h) 1.00    
  1. Data are shown as odds ratios with 95% confidence intervals in parentheses
  2. CT computed tomography, CI confidence interval, MRI magnetic resonance imaging, OR odds ratio