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Table 3 Univariate linear regression with TBSA as dependent variable

From: Epidemiology of pediatric burns and future prevention strategies—a study of 475 patients from a high-volume burn center in North India

Variables Unstandardized coefficients Standardized coefficients P value 95.0% confidence interval for B
B Std. error B Lower bound Upper bound
Age 0.022 0.002 0.498 <0.0005 0.018 0.025
Type of burn (scald as reference) 0.274 0.014   <0.005 0.246 0.302
 Thermal 0.206 0.021 0.430 <0.005 0.165 0.246
 Chemical 0.010 0.126 0.003 0.940 −0.238 0.257
 Electric 0.090 0.040 0.098 0.023 0.012 0.168
Mode of injury (accidental as reference) 0.359 0.011   <0.0005 0.338 0.380
 Homicidal 0.256 0.162 0.070 0.115 −0.062 0.574
 Not specified 0.358 0.132 0.120 0.007 0.098 0.618
 Suicidal 0.481 0.087 0.245 <0.0005 0.310 0.652
Gender (male as reference) 0.098 0.022 0.204 <0.0005 0.056 0.141
Inhalation injury (“no” as reference) 0.314 0.026 0.481 <0.0005 0.262 0.366
Time of year (quarter) (Oct–Dec as reference) 0.302 0.023   <0.0005 0.257 0.348
 Jan–Mar 0.015 0.030 0.028 0.626 −0.045 0.074
 Apr–Jun 0.151 0.032 0.272 <0.0005 0.089 0.213
 Jul–Sep 0.102 0.031 0.188 0.001 0.041 0.162
Type of referral (direct as reference) 0.038 0.022 0.08 0.081 −0.005 0.081