p-value for bootstrap logistic regression

#1
I am new with sas and I'm doing logistic regression with several predictive variables. I am using the following code;

proc surveyselect data=subset method=urs samprate=1 rep=1000 out=boot;
run;
proc logistic data=boot outest=estimates ;
model uq7_maxabin(event='1')= uq7_base v6500 px_95_vol age bladder_length;
freq numberhits;
by replicate;
run;
proc means data=estimates n mean std stderr uclm lclm;
var intercept uq7_base v6500 px_95_vol age bladder_length;
title 'bootstrap results';
run;

Question is: How do I get the p-value?
 
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#2
Ok.. I think I got it;

proc means data=estimates n mean std stderr uclm lclm probt;
var intercept uq7_base v6500 px_95_vol age bladder_length;
title 'bootstrap results';
run;
 

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#3
Yeah you can find in sas documentation a list of all of the names for the parts of the components of the output and procedure options.