Skip to main content

Table 3 Influence of multiple predictors on CSF sTREM2a analyzed by multiple linear regression

From: CSF sTREM2 in delirium—relation to Alzheimer’s disease CSF biomarkers Aβ42, t-tau and p-tau

Patient group Analysis Predictor  
β p n
Dementia Delirium adjusted by waiting time for surgery    59
  Waiting time for surgery (β1) 0.007 0.02  
  Delirium (β2) -0.12 0.60  
No dementia Delirium (at any time)    59
  Delirium (univariate) 0.40 0.01  
  Delirium (adjusted) (β1) 0.35 0.03  
  Age (β2) 0.01 0.22  
  Delirium onset: incident delirium    51
  Incident delirium (univariate) 0.52 0.01  
  Incident delirium (β1) 0.47 0.03  
  Age (β2) 0.01 0.26  
Dementia AD pathological CSF-biomarkers, age and delirium    59
  p-tau (β1) 0.01 <0.001  
  Aβ42 (β2) 0.002 0.002  
  Age (β3) 0.0001 0.91  
  Delirium (β4) - 0.03 0.86  
No dementia AD pathological CSF-biomarkers, age and delirium    57
  Delirium (β1) 0.47 0.02  
  p-tau (β2) 0.0000 0.97  
  Aβ42 (β3) 0.0000 0.16  
  Age (β4) 0.013 0.13  
No dementia Incident (hip fracture) and medical delirium age adjusted 24
  Incident delirium (univariate) 0.62 0.05  
  Incident delirium (β1) 0.27 0.48  
  Age (β2) 0.02 0.15  
  1. aLinear regression with the dependent variable ln (sTREM2ng/ml). Aβ42; amyloid beta 1-42, t-tau; total-tau; p-tau; phosphorylated tau, sTREM2; soluble triggering receptor expressed on myeloid cells