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Table 4 Three-year risk of cardiovascular disease stratified by renal recovery status at hospital discharge a

From: Three-year risk of cardiovascular disease among intensive care patients with acute kidney injury: a population-based cohort study

  Recovery (n = 3,888) Nonrecovery (n = 904)
  Events Adjusted HRb Events Adjusted HRb
  n (95%CI) n (95% CI)
AKI stage 1     
Heart failure 98 1.26 (1.00-1.60) 15 1.81 (1.07-3.07)
Myocardial infarction 35 1.05 (0.72-1.55) 3 0.79 (0.25-2.51)
Stroke 32 1.142 (0.77-1.70) 3 0.98 (0.31-3.10)
AKI stages 2-3     
Heart failure 62 1.50 (1.13-1.98) 30 1.42 (0.96-2.10)
Myocardial infarction 23 1.31 (0.83-2.07) 17 1.97 (1.17-3.32)
Stroke 19 1.16 (0.71-1.90) 7 0.94 (0.43-2.04)
  1. aCompared to ICU patients without AKI; badjusted for age, gender, other ischemic heart diseases, other cerebrovascular diseases, hypertension, peripheral vascular disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, cancer, surgical status, primary diagnosis during current hospitalization, and preadmission use of drugs listed in Table 2.
  2. AKI, acute kidney injury; CI, confidence interval; HR, hazard ratio; ICU, intensive care unit; n, number.