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Table 3 Logistic regression

From: Initial ovarian sensitivity index predicts embryo quality and pregnancy potential in the first days of controlled ovarian stimulation

Category Crude model Model 1 a Model 2 b
≥4 High-quality embryos 2.80 (1.90–4.13), < 0.001* 2.47 (1.64–3.70), < 0.001* 1.88 (1.20–2.95), 0.006*
≥35% High-quality embryos/ova captured 0.97 (0.69–1.37), 0.876 0.94 (0.65–1.34), 0.717 1.05 (0.69–1.58), 0.832
≥2 blastocyst embryos 3.40 (2.33–4.95), < 0.001* 3.54 (2.36–5.33), < 0.001* 3.30 (2.11–5.17), < 0.001*
≥35% blastocyst embryos /ova captured 1.96 (1.31–2.92), 0.001* 2.01 (1.30–3.10), 0.002* 1.94 (1.18–3.18), 0.009*
Implantation (pregnancy) c 1.79 (1.25–2.57), 0.002* 1.53 (1.05–2.23), 0.028* 1.49 (0.97–2.30). 0.070
  1. Values are Odds ratio (95% confidence interval), p-value. * indicates a significant result (p < 0.05, two-tailed)
  2. Crude model = odds ratios are no adjusted
  3. a Model 1 = odds ratios are adjusted by age and BMI. Note: 48 patients (41 implanted cycles) were missing BMI information
  4. b Model 2 = odds ratios are adjusted by age, BMI, and AFC
  5. c Note: only 283 patients had their embryos transferred