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Table 1 Comparison of the both groups colonized and not in univariate and multivariate analyses

From: Study of risk factors for urinary colonization in patients with the double J catheter

Variables Non-colonized patients Colonized patients Univariate analysis   Multivariate analysis  
  N = 82 N = 38 OR (95% IC) p OR (95% IC) p
Sex (%)    0.95(0.36–2.52) 0.92   
 Male 38(46.3) 15(39.4)     
 Female 44(53.7) 23(60.6)     
Age (years) 44.6 ± 14.1 47.3 ± 13.2 1.01(0.97–1.04) 0.57   
JJ's indications (%)    1.22(0.56–2.64) 0.61   
 Renal lithiasis 31(37.8) 17(44.7)     
 Kidney transplant 24(29.2) 4(10.6)     
 Other diagnosis 27(33) 17(44.7)     
Positioning situation of JJ (%)    4.61(1.08–19.6) 0.03 0.26(0.06–1.04) 0.05
 Urgent 4(4.9) 7(18.4)     
 Not urgent 78(95.1) 31(81.6)     
Diabetes (%)    4.1(1.46–11.48) 0.007 0.23(0.08–0.64) 0.005
 Yes 9(11) 14(36.8)     
 No 73(89) 24(63.2)     
Side (%)    0.52(0.16–1.65) 0.26   
 Unilatéral 70(85.4) 25(65.8)     
 Bilatéral 12(14.6) 13(34.2)     
JJ approach (%)    1.74(0.52–5.80) 0.36   
 Open 42(51.2) 12(31.6)     
 Endoscopic 40(48.8) 26(68.4)