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Table 5 The impact of type of anticoagulation on the presentation with bleeding complications after a fall from standing – multivariable analysis

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

Outcome: any bleeding OR (95% CI) p
Type of anticoagulation
 VKA 1.000 base  
 DOAC 0.678 (0.498–0.924) 0.014
Age, per year increase 1.022 (1.003–1.041) 0.022
Hypertension 0.748 (0.553–0.012) 0.060
Cerebrovascular disease 0.570 (0.407–0.799) 0.001
Renal insufficiency 0.664 (0.489–0.901) 0.009
PAVD 0.775 (0.463–1.297) 0.332
Liver insufficiency 0.539 (0.158–1.840) 0.324
COPD 0.466 (0.263–0.826) 0.009
Malignancy 0.864 (0.551–1.356) 0.525
Dementia 0.890 (0.581–1.365) 0.594
Alcoholism 1.606 (0.598–4.311) 0.347
Peptic ulcer disease 1.257 (0.888–1.779) 0.197
No. of medications, per additional drug more 1.016 (0.973–1.062) 0.470
No. of diagnosis, per additional diagnosis 0.889 (0.803–0.984) 0.023
  1. Abbreviation: COPD Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; DOAC Direct oral anticoagulants, No Number OR Odds ratio, PAVD Peripheral artery disease, VKA Vitamin K antagonist