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Table 2 Hazard ratios from mixed effects cox regression models that included injections in all joints

From: Comparison of efficacy between triamcinolone acetonide and triamcinolone hexacetonide for intraarticular therapy in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a retrospective analysis

  Hazards ratio (95% CI) p value
Injection: TH versus TA 0.189 (0.092, 0.386) < 0.001*
Age in years 0.996 (0.893, 1.112) 0.950
Females versus males 0.555 (0.177, 1.743) 0.310
JIA diagnosis: oligo versus other 0.346 (0.127, 0.943) 0.038*
Joint: knee versus other 1.413 (0.918, 2.174) 0.120
Ethnicity: white versus other 0.439 (0.116, 1.659) 0.220
  1. Sample size is 39 participants with 165 injections. Nine participants received both IAC injection types. The mixed effects cox model included age, sex, ethnicity, diagnosis (oligo vs. other (poly, psoriatic, and ERA)), and joints (knee vs. other (ankle, wrist, elbow, finger/toes, shoulder, hip, SI, and TMJ)) as covariates
  2. *Denotes p value < 0.05