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Table 5 Comparison between the renal function deterioration group and the stable renal function group after one-year follow up in patients with 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 = 111) Renal function deterioration (n = 73) P
Age, years 42.00 (29.00, 59.00) 59.00 (45.00, 71.00) 0.000
Male sex 73 (65.77 %) 44 (60.27 %) 0.531
Baseline serum creatinine (mg/dl) 0.96 (0.76, 1.32) 2.17 (0.99, 3.22) 0.000
Baseline estimated GFR (ml/min/1.73 m2) 84.39 (50.57, 111.86) 31.21 (17.09, 61.04) 0.000
Baseline 24 hUTP (g/24 h) 3.38 (1.44, 8.83) 2.23 (1.48, 9.06) 0.802
Peak serum creatinine (mg/dl) 1.92 (1.27, 3.04) 3.43 (2.31, 4.63) 0.000
uKIM-1 (ng/mg) 1.57 (0.70, 3.89) 4.41 (1.69, 8.72) 0.000
FeNa ≥1 % (n (%)) 61 (54.95 %) 65 (89.04 %) 0.000
RFI ≥1 % (n (%)) 71 (63.96 %) 65 (89.04 %) 0.000
  1. GFR glomerular filtration rate, UTP Urinary protein excretion, uKIM-1 urinary kidney injury molecule-1, FeNa fractional excretion of sodium, RFI renal failure index