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Table 4 The impact of type of anticoagulation on the primary and secondary outcomes – univariable analysis

From: Falls in ED patients: do elderly patients on direct oral anticoagulants bleed less than those on vitamin K antagonists?

  OR (95% CI)[DOAC vs. VKA] p
Any bleeding complication 0.639 (0.476–0.859) 0.003
 Intracranial haemorrhage 0.589 (0.410–0.844) 0.004
 Abdominal bleeding 1.199 (0.219–6.572) 0.834
 Thoracic bleeding 0.478 (0.056–4.105) 0.501
 Arterial soft tissue haematoma 2.410 (0.600–9.681) 0.215
 Venous soft tissue haematoma 0.574 (0.275–1.200) 0.140
 Epistaxis 1.926 (0.515–7.208) 0.330
ICU admission 0.791 (0.611–1.025) 0.076
In-hospital mortality 1.186 (0.725–1.940) 0.498
  GMR (95% CI)[DOAC vs. VKA] p
LOS hospital [days] 1.026 (0.853–1.235) 0.783
  1. Abbreviation: DOAC Direct oral anticoagulants, GMR Geometric mean ratio, ICU Intensive care unit, LOS Length of stay, OR Odds ratio