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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Factors for severe weight loss at 3 months post-surgery after univariate and multivariate analyses.

Patients with weight loss over -5% of postoperative after 3months

Univariate analysisMultivariate analysis


Patients with weight loss over -5% n (%)PAdjusted odds ratio (95% confidence interval)P
Sex0.0160.027
 Female24/143 (16.8)1
 Male64/231 (27.7)1.83 (1.07~3.13)
Age0.677
 <65 years45/148 (24.5)
 ≥65 years43/147 (22.6)
ASA0.151
 I36/178 (20.2)
 II and III52/144 (26.5)
Body mass index0.295
 <2556/255 (22.0)
 ≥2532/119 (26.9)
Comorbidity0.292
 No35/167 (21.0)
 Yes53/207 (25.6)
Location of colorectal cancer0.0960.100
 Right and Left67/307 (21.8)1
 Rectum21/67 (31.3)1.66 (0.91~3.05)
Instant nutrition assessment0.508
 Good60/244 (24.6)
 Poor28/130 (21.5)
CEA (ng/mL)0.510
 ≤557/253 (22.5)
 >531/121 (25.6)
Method of operation0.677
 Open26/104 (25.0)
 Laparoscopy62/270 (23.0)
Chemotherapy0.0190.008
 No23/137 (16.8)1
 Yes65/237 (27.4)2.11 (1.22~3.65)
Complication0.0220.029
 No71/328 (21.6)1
 Yes17/46 (37.0)2.12 (1.08~4.17)
Cancer stage0.202
 Non-advanced39/188 (20.7)
 Advanced49/186 (26.3)
Anemia0.135
 No40/196 (20.4)
 Yes48/178 (27.0)
Albumin0.979
 <3.5 g/dL81/344 (23.5)
 ≥3.5 g/dL7/30 (23.3)
Lymphocyte0.593
 <1500/μL74/321 (23.1)
 ≥1500/μL14/53 (23.5)
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