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Table 3 Logistic model for predicting clinical pregnancy

From: Blastocoele expansion: an important parameter for predicting clinical success pregnancy after frozen-warmed blastocysts transfer

Variable B S.E. Wald df Sig. Exp(B) 95% CI for Exp(B)
Lower Upper
Age −0.021 0.012 2.963 1 0.085 0.979 0.957 1.003
Type of infertility −0.242 0.128 3.586 1 0.058 0.785 0.611 1.009
No. of early cycles 0.020 0.059 0.119 1 0.731 1.021 0.908 1.147
Protocol of FET / / 5.072 3 0.167 / / /
Protocol of FET(1) 0.481 0.252 3.654 1 0.056 1.618 0.988 2.651
Protocol of FET(2) −0.063 0.140 0.203 1 0.652 0.939 0.713 1.236
Protocol of FET(3) 0.073 0.317 0.053 1 0.817 1.076 0.578 2.004
Endometrial thickness 0.134 0.039 11.904 1 0.001 1.143 1.059 1.233
Endometrial pattern / / 0.683 2 0.711 / / /
Endometrial pattern(1) 0.152 0.261 0.340 1 0.560 1.164 0.698 1.942
Endometrial pattern(2) 0.043 0.244 0.031 1 0.859 1.044 0.648 1.683
No. of blastocyst transferred −0.189 0.132 2.040 1 0.153 0.828 0.639 1.073
Blastocoele expansion 0.262 0.091 8.253 1 0.004 1.300 1.087 1.555
ICM grade / / 0.315 2 0.854 / / /
ICM grade(1) 0.158 0.300 0.279 1 0.597 1.172 0.651 2.108
ICM grade(2) 0.134 0.253 0.282 1 0.595 1.144 0.697 1.878
TE grade / / 2.682 2 0.262 / / /
TE grade(1) 0.324 0.246 1.733 1 0.188 1.383 0.853 2.242
TE grade(2) 0.315 0.195 2.608 1 0.106 1.371 0.935 2.011
Constant −2.165 0.837 6.682 1 0.010 0.115 / /