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Table 3 Odds ratios (OR) for 115 patients with chest pain to have hs-cTnT ≥15 ng/L using univariate and multivariate logistic regression

From: Consequences of high-sensitivity troponin T testing applied in a primary care population with chest pain compared with a commercially available point-of-care troponin T analysis: an observational prospective study

  Beta Standard error Wald Df P OR 95% confidence interval
Age (65 years or older) 2.39 0.80 8.95 1 0.003 10.9 2.28–51.8
Sex (male) 1.11 0.59 3.54 1 0.060 3.02 0.96–9.56
NT-proBNPa 2.15 0.86 6.33 1 0.012 8.62 1.61–46.1
AMI or UA 3.99 1.41 7.94 1 0.005 53.8 3.37–859
Constant −3.89 0.85 21.0 1 0.000 0.02  
  1. a>450 ng/L (<50 years), >900 ng/L (50–75 years), and >1,800 ng/L (>75 years).