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Table 3 Multivariate analysis of clinicopathological parameters and inflammatory biomarkers influencing prognosis

From: High postoperative monocyte indicates inferior Clinicopathological characteristics and worse prognosis in lung adenocarcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma after lobectomy

Category Variables HR (95% CI) P a
Disease-free survival
 Procedure VATS Reference  
Thoracotomy 1.520(1.117–2.069) 0.008
 N stage N0 Reference  
N1 2.319(1.584–3.396) < 0.001
N2 2.584(1.845–3.620) < 0.001
 Histological type Squamous carcinoma Reference  
Adenocarcinoma 2.273(1.181–4.374) 0.014
 Postoperative monocyte <0.845 Reference  
≥0.845 3.684(2.729–4.975) < 0.001
Overall survival
 Age Per year 1.034(1.014–1.054) 0.001
 Procedure VATS Reference  
Thoracotomy 1.700(1.163–2.486) 0.006
 Stage I Reference  
II 2.228(1.383–3.592) 0.001
IIIA 3.592(2.327–5.546) < 0.001
 Postoperative monocyte <0.845 Reference  
≥0.845 3.403(2.362–4.902) < 0.001
  1. N stage node, VATS Video-assistant thoracoscopic surgery, HR hazard ratio, CI confidence interval
  2. aP value of multivariate analysis. P < 0.05 was considered statistically significant
  3. The bold data means the data has statistically significance