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Table 5 Overall and stratified analysis of mortality risk among patients with cancer between the patients with moderate/severe TBI and patients with mild TBI

From: New diagnosis of cancer in mild and moderate/severe traumatic brain injury patients in a 12-year population-based study

  Before matching Before matching
Variables Adjusted* HR
(95% CI)
p value Adjusted* HR
(95% CI)
p value
Overall 1.01 (0.88–1.17) 0.8500 0.99(0.85–1.16) 0.9291
Sex
 Male 1.03 (0.87–1.21) 0.7436 1.00(0.84–1.19) 0.9746
 Female 1.01 (0.74–1.39) 0.9294 0.98(0.69–1.38) 0.9011
Age
 20–35 1.16 (0.68–1.96) 0.5935 1.23(0.67–2.26) 0.5025
 36–45 1.10 (0.80–1.51) 0.5612 1.01(0.71–1.44) 0.9554
 46–55 0.93 (0.73–1.19) 0.5732 0.90(0.70–1.17) 0.4398
 55–65 1.07 (0.84–1.36) 0.5800 1.07(0.82–1.40) 0.6206
Comorbidity
 HTN 1.16 (0.84–1.59) 0.3636 1.09(0.78–1.54) 0.6135
 DM 0.86 (0.57–1.29) 0.4663 0.79(0.51–1.21) 0.2777
 Hyperlipidemia 1.38 (0.79–2.39) 0.2573 1.03(0.57–1.86) 0.9204
 CAD 1.60 (0.82–3.11) 0.1661 1.52(0.78–2.94) 0.2184
 Renal disease 1.14 (0.37–3.53) 0.8237 1.72(0.54–5.46) 0.3602
 Stroke 1.00 (0.53–1.89) 0.9925 1.14(0.58–2.23) 0.7146
  1. TBI traumatic brain injury, HR hazard ratio, HTN hypertension, DM diabetes mellitus, CAD coronary artery disease