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Table 3 Comparison between the renal function deterioration group and the stable renal function group after one-year follow up in patients with renal acute kidney injury

From: High urinary excretion of kidney injury molecule-1 predicts adverse outcomes in acute kidney injury: a case control study

Characteristics Stable renal function (n = 49) Renal function deterioration (n = 49) P
Age, years 53.00 (32.75, 65.00) 62.00 (45.00, 72.00) 0.039
Male sex, (n (%)) 30 (61.22 %) 31 (63.27 %) 1.000
Baseline serum creatinine (mg/dl) 1.12 (0.87, 1.88) 2.23 (1.11, 3.13) 0.006
Baseline estimated GFR (ml/min/1.73 m2) 74.00 (39.31, 92.33) 30.52 (17.01, 53.93) 0.001
Baseline 24 hUTP (g/24 h) 6.12 (2.13, 9.34) 5.32 (1.58, 9.48) 0.563
Peak serum creatinine (mg/dl) 2.20 (1.49, 3.63) 3.43 (2.44, 4.51) 0.002
uKIM-1 (ng/mg) 2.05 (1.17, 6.33) 5.15 (2.48, 11.06) 0.006
FeNa ≥1 % (n (%)) 26 (53.06 %) 44 (89.80 %) 0.000
RFI ≥1 % (n (%)) 32 (65.31 %) 47 (95.92 %) 0.000
  1. Conversion factor for serum creatinine in mg/dL to mmol/L, ×88.4. GFR glomerular filtration rate, UTP urinary protein excretion, uKIM-1 urinary kidney injury molecule-1, FeNa fractional excretion of sodium, RFI renal failure index